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15/05/2019 - 14:51 BST

This Is What I Wanted When I Signed – Celtic Star Buzzing At Life As Bhoy


Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie has admitted he is delighted to have had such a brilliant impact in his first full season with the first team at Parkhead.

Christie, who joined the Hoops from Inverness CT in 2015, has made a lasting impact in his first full season at Parkhead this term.


The 24-year-old spent the last two seasons on loan at Pittodrie with Aberdeen and has enjoyed a breakthrough season with Celtic during the ongoing domestic campaign.

Despite currently being sidelined due to a facial injury he picked up against Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup last month, Christie has directly contributed to 20 goals in all competitions this season.


And following his brilliant breakthrough campaign with the Scottish champions, Christie has admitted he is delighted to have made such a lasting impact at Parkhead this term.

The Hoops midfielder conceded he was unsure of what to expect at the start of the season, but stressed he has now enjoyed the ideal debut season that he wanted when he signed for the club.

“At the start of the season I didn’t know what to expect”, Christie told a press conference.


“To break in and have an impact at Celtic has been brilliant.

“It’s what I wanted when I signed.”

Christie also added he is solely focused on returning to full training ahead of Celtic’s pre-season preparations and feels he is well on course to be involved during the close season.

“Right now I’m looking to go back into full training for the start of pre-season.

"I should be on target for that”
, he added.

Celtic will face Hearts in the final game of the Scottish Premiership season on Sunday, before the sides face each other in the Scottish Cup final at Parkhead on 25th May.