Dion Dublin has sent a message on his personal Twitter account, raving about the support of Celtic Football Club.
The former England international spent an 11-game spell at Parkhead in 2006, winning a double in his time at the club.
Under the management of Gordon Strachan, Dublin was signed to provide cover for the injured Chris Sutton, and he helped the team to the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish League Cup.
He wasn’t kept on by Strachan at the end of the season, but remains in memory at Parkhead for his cameo stay with the Bhoys.
Dublin headed back to Glasgow on Monday, as he confirmed on his Twitter account, and he raved about the support shown by the Celtic fans.
The former striker-cum-defender has claimed that Celtic have ‘support like no other’, which is high praise - but arguably truthful.
The Bhoys are known for their frenzied support and passionate fans, and Dublin was influenced by them in such a short stay.
They are fans who have seen endured success at Parkhead, and they deserve to be enjoying better fortunes than they are right now, under the tutelage of Ronny Deila.