The 19-year-old is back with the Bhoys ahead of the new season.
Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) June 29, 2015
Liam Henderson was pictured back in Celtic training on Monday afternoon, as the 19-year-old returned to Lennoxtown for pre-season practice with the Bhoys.
The teenager was loaned out to Rosenborg during the second half of last season and endured mixed fortunes.
Henderson scored for the Norwegian side and often proved a match-winner, although that was mainly from the bench.
Indeed, many Celtic fans ended up questioning the move as the young Bhoy didn't get as much playing time as would have been hoped.
He's back now, though, and will no doubt be hoping for a strong pre-season in order to stake his claim for a place in Ronny Deila's first team.
Also in training were captain Scott Brown, Charlie Mulgrew - who suffered plenty of injury troubles last term - and Anthony Stokes. Top scorer from last campaign Leigh Griffiths was, too, back in practice along with the likes of Henderson and co.
Celtic's first Champions League qualifier against Stjarnan comes on July the 14th, with the reverse fixture being played out a week later on the 21st. Can Deila get his side in tip-top condition by then?