Crystal Palace midfielder Joe Ledley has told the New Balance Football Twitter account that his best moments came whilst playing for Celtic.
Ledley, 29, is gearing up for a huge summer as Wales play in the European Championships in France, their first major tournament appearance in 58 years.
Whilst the midfielder has a lot to look forward to in the coming months, he has actually been looking back on his career during a question and answer session with New Balance Football.
Ledley was asked what the best moment of his career to date was, and he actually picked three; his three consecutive title victories with Celtic.
Ledley joined the Bhoys from his hometown club Cardiff City in 2010, and went on to make more than 150 appearances for Celtic in a hugely successful spell at the club.
With title wins in 2012, 2013 and 2014, Celtic dominated Scottish football during Ledley's spell at the club, and whilst he left for Palace in January 2014, he played enough games to claim a winner's medal in his final season under Neil Lennon.
Ledley was a hugely important player for Celtic, and for him to say that winning those titles were more important to him than taking Wales to the European Championships says a lot about his feelings towards Celtic - and few would rule out a future return to Glasgow if the opportunity presented itself to Ledley.
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