Celtic beat Kilmarnock 1-0 courtesy of a last-minute goal on Saturday.
He may have only joined Celtic in January, but Colin Kazim-Richards seems to have accumulated quite a bit of affinity for the club already.
Tom Rogic struck a stoppage-time winner at Kilmarnock on Saturday to secure a massive three points which ultimately strengthened the Hoops' Scottish Premiership title bid.
During the wild celebrations, Kazim-Richards - who joined from Feyenoord in the winter - was photographed pressing his clenched fist against the club's famous crest, while striker Leigh Griffiths roared toward the camera.
This is what it's all about. pic.twitter.com/LpdeLa74wh— Kieran Caw (@Kieran_Celtic) March 20, 2016
There may have been similar celebrations at approximately 4.45pm that day, when it was confirmed that second-placed Aberdeen had lost 2-1 at Motherwell, leaving Celtic four points clear with a game in hand.
There is clearly no short of passion in this Celtic side, and they will need all of that on April 17 when Ronny Deila's side meet Old Firm enemies Rangers in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park.