Celtic defender Josip Juranovic has been reflecting on some of his highlights at Celtic since joining the club last summer.
The 27-year old made the switch to Glasgow from Polish side Legia Warsaw in a deal believed to be around £2.5 million [Sky Sports] having already been an established player for Croatia.
Recently there has been rumours around his future with his stock likely to rise after appearing at the World Cup for his national side with it likely that Celtic would be willing to listen to offers for the fullback.
Juranovic is a likely starter for his country tomorrow morning in the match against Morocco.
He has been a top player under Ange Postecoglou and has been a vital part of the team but the manager has warned that there will come a time that some of the clubs top assets have to be sold in order for the team to progress to the next level with many believing that Juranovic fits that picture.
It is no surprise that the standout moments for him come in the big matches which he has been involved in with his pick being derby games and European fixtures.
“And especially against Rangers when we won in my first home game against them.”
The timing of this interview is rather interesting but there is likely to be plenty of twists and turns along the way in January