Armstrong Oko-Flex opened his Celtic reserve account on Tuesday when the bhoys took on Falkirk.
The 16-year-old has played the last few games for the developmental side but had failed to find the net.
Playing alongside some real talents, the young man has been going about his business well and is showing a maturity beyond his very young age.
With no Karamoko Dembele or Daniel Arzani in the reserve team, it was up to the youngster to step up and he really did.
Scoring a match-winning brace with the second goal being a very cheeky effort from the Englishman.
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Oko-Flex was brought in during the summer. The former Arsenal trainee turned down the chance of a scholarship at the London club to come try his hand up in Glasgow with Celtic.
The more he performs like this, the more he will see more face to face time with Brendan Rodgers.
The Irishman regularly rewards young Hoops stars by allowing them to train with the first team if their application and attitude are there.