The latest Celtic news: including a club legend and a wantaway striker.
There seems to be no limit to Henrik Larsson's capabilities as a footballer - like the sport's equivalent of Superman.
Indeed, the Celtic legend brought himself on and then netted for his side on Wednesday night (albeit in a friendly).
And another prolific Celtic striker in his day, John Hartson, took to Twitter in appreciation of the Swede's heroics.
The King of Kings never stops Scoring https://t.co/D2Pmg70rAA— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) June 10, 2015
Goalscoring also appears to run in the Larsson family, with the former Bhoy's 17-year-old son Jordan recently netting his first ever league goal. It's been quite the week for them...
The forward was on loan at Brondby last term and dialogue has reportedly opened in terms of a permanent move but Pukki will first have to link up with the Celtic squad ahead of next campaign, he says.
Pukki is quoted as saying: "It's still an open situation with Brondby. There are conversations. It looks like I'm going back to Celtic for pre-season, though."
The striker's agent recently admitted transfer talks are 'frustrating' because those involved don't know exactly what the Hoops' stance is and what kind of fee the Scottish champions would like for the 25-year-old.