Celtic supporters took to social media after the transfer window slammed shut...
Celtic fans were left asking a key question after the Scottish champions' Deadline Day business... where's our striker?
Indeed, many Bhoys supporters were calling for a new forward going into the final throes of the transfer window but, unfortunately for them, no such signing was forthcoming.
Supporters, therefore, were left underwhelmed, expressing that feeling on Twitter in response to their side's double signing on Deadline Day.
Janko Simunovic Boyata Blackett Gives us a defence with an average age 21yr 8Month. Pleasing yet terrifying in equal measures #Celtic— Gary Thomson (@garybhoytommo) September 2, 2015
Don't believe figures being quoted in Simunovic deal for a second but glad to have someone in. Worried at lack of new striker. #celtic— John Clarke (@johnclarke1) September 2, 2015
@celticfc Why no striker it's plane to see we need one?— Barry Bhoy (@Barry_John_1967) September 2, 2015
A big question, of course, is just how different Celtic's Deadline Day could have been had they not been knocked out of the Champions League.
Would Ronny Deila's side have gone all out for a striker - or had a little bit more pull when it came to persuading centre-back Virgil van Dijk to stay?
Unfortunately for young midfielder Christie, Celtic fans responded to his signing in very much the same fashion as Simunovic. A striker was what supporters wanted and the Bhoys didn't deliver on that front...
@celticfc great more midfielders.... give us a striker!— Michael McClorey Ⓜ (@MichaelMcClorey) September 1, 2015
Fenerbahce before CL : sign Nani and RvP After CL : sign Markovic Celtic before CL : sign boyata and ciftci After CL : sign Christie— Ros Stafford (@Naknamara) September 2, 2015
dont see much point in the Celtic twitter feed bigging up Ryan Christie when we're not going to see him play in a Celtic shirt til next year— Fenian Lamppost (@DaveFGKelly) September 1, 2015