The 22-year-old has left Celtic for Hibernian on a three-year deal.
Dylan McGeouch has wished Celtic fans, players and staff all the best on Twitter after ending his four-year spell at Parkhead.
The 22-year-old spent last season on loan at Hibernian and has now sealed a permanent move to Easter Road on a three-year deal.
But the young midfielder hasn't forgotten the great memories he enjoyed at Celtic over the years and posted the following on social media upon reflection of his Hibs move.
Many thanks to the great @celticfans for all your support over the years, gave me some great memories that I'll never forget. 1/2— Dylan McGeouch (@DMcGeouch) August 22, 2015
Would also like to wish the players & staff all the best in the future, been a pleasure to work with over the years @celticfc 2/2— Dylan McGeouch (@DMcGeouch) August 22, 2015
As for the Scottish champions' first team, there was another Premiership victory on the cards as Ronny Deila's men won 3-1 at Dundee United on Saturday afternoon.
And that was the perfect confidence booster despite Deila resting a number of first-team regulars.
Next up for Celtic is their crucial Champions League play-off second leg at Malmo. This really is the one moment the Bhoys' European season boils down to - and the good news for the Hoops is that a 0-0 draw will take them through.
Should they need to score, though, the fact a weakened team put three past United will give them plenty of belief.