Clyde midfielder Chris McStay says that his aim is to play for Celtic.

Clyde midfielder Chris McStay has revealed to The Scottish Sun that he wants to play for Celtic in the future.

The 21-year-old midfielder is one of the best and most important players in the current Clyde team.

Danny Lennon’s side are sixth in the Scottish League Two table at the moment with 45 points from 32 matches.

The youngster is the son of Celtic legend Paul McStay, who played for the Hoops in the 1980s and the 1990s and won the league title in Scotland three times.

McStay told The Scottish Sun: “It would be the ultimate dream to play for Celtic one day — I think it’s a dream for most footballers.”

Keeping tabs

McStay is a very young footballer who is still developing and learning, and it would not be a bad idea of Celtic to keep tabs on him.

Of course, the Glasgow giants are unlikely to make a move for the midfielder anytime soon, but if the 21-year-old improves and develops further with Clyde, then he could have a chance of playing for Celtic.

Given that McStay is only 21 years of age, he has a lot of time on his hands to work on his game and become a player in Scottish football that Celtic cannot ignore.

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