Celtic manager Ronny Deila has told the Scottish Evening Times of his delight at landing Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong.
The pair joined Celtic during the January transfer window and Deila has been very impressed by the initial impact they have had at Parkhead.
The former Dundee United pair have done well on the field, but Deila believes that they also fit in with the squad perfectly off of it.
"They are good players, but we did a brilliant job with the scouting, and knew everything about them," he said. "When they came here, they had the qualities we needed."
"They are very good people, human beings. These are the values I have told you about before, and they are very good examples of that. On the pitch, they have legs. They are quick, and modern football players. And they understand football."
Armstrong and Mackay-Steven are an example of the type of players that Celtic will be looking to target in the summer.
The Bhoys made a statement of their intent by bringing the pair in and further highlighted their dominance of Scottish football and they will be looking to upgrade even further in the next transfer window.
Celtic have improved considerably under the guidance of Ronny Deila, but there are still areas of their squad which need work and they will be looking to strengthen them in the near future.
If whoever they bring in has as much of an impact as Mackay-Steven or Armstrong then it will be a major boost for the side and their squad will have even more quality to pick from next term.