The winger has scored two goals in his first two games since signing for the Bhoys at the weekend.
Celtic winger Scott Sinclair has taken to social media to express his delight after putting in a man-of-the-match display in the club's 5-0 thrashing of Motherwell on Wednesday night.
Sinclair started life in Scotland in the best possible fashion on Sunday by coming off the bench to score a late winner in the season opener against Hearts, and he continued that fine form in midweek.
On his first start for the Bhoys in the Scottish League Cup second-round clash, the 27-year-old had already won a first-half penalty with his trickery before he smashed home a second goal in two games to put his side 3-0 up on the hour mark.
The former Aston Villa man looks revitalised under his former Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers, and took to his personal Instagram account to express his delight after his starring role.
He wrote: "Great result and team performance last night, happy to get another goal and also MOTM on my home debut, the fans were amazing and never stopped singing!"
Sinclair already looks like becoming a key player for the Hoops this season after hitting the ground running in Scotland.
He will expect to be a regular in the starting XI under his mentor Rodgers, and based on the form and ability he has shown in the early days of his Celtic career, that expectation is justified.