The English right-back looks a promising prospect for Celtic.
Celtic celebrated their SPL title today, with a tidy 1-0 win over their nearest rivals this season Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
A single goal from captain Scott Brown did the trick as The Bhoys claimed a close run thing.
Celtic's dominance over Aberdeen this season can no longer be questioned. Now the season is at an end, Celtic can also begin to give some of their less experienced players a go in the first-team.
One such man is Englishman Darnell Fisher. The former Farnborough right-back started his first SPL game of the season today and looked impressive throughout.
The English right-back has been widely appreciated by fans at Celtic in recent times - and they clearly have high hopes for the 21-year-old's future at the club.
Fisher has plenty of competition at the right full-back position. The likes of Adam Matthews, Efe Ambrose and Mikael Lustig are all in the pecking order in the right-back area - giving Fisher a real task if he wants regular first-team football.
He came off in today's game, with Welsh international Matthews replacing him. He will now hope to get a few more game sunder his belt before going on his holidays.
Here is some of the Twitter reaction to his performance for Celtic today...
Good to see @ @DarnellFisher starting. 1st competitive start they say. I dont know as that would've involved research...— ByTheMin Celtic (@ByTheMinCeltic) May 10, 2015
Darnell Fisher what a that would've been— GILLIAN JOHNSTONE (@MOYOURMEADOW) May 10, 2015
Darnell Fisher is looking class— Matthew. (@MatthewMcGarry_) May 10, 2015
Good to see @DarnellFisher getting a start, not before time :)— Barrie Johnstone (@OrdinaryBhoy) May 10, 2015