Graeme Murty’s Glasgow Rangers lost to Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic at Ibrox last month.

St Mirren winger Lewis Morgan has revealed to The Scottish Sun that he was not recognised by Celtic fans when he attended the Old Firm derby against Rangers at Ibrox last month.

Graeme Murty’s Rangers faced Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership on March 11.

The Gers lost the match 3-2 and relinquished any hopes of challenging the Hoops for the league title this season.

Morgan has revealed that he was at Ibrox for the match, and the Scotland Under-21 international has admitted that he was not recognised by the Celtic fans.

The 21-year-old winger joined Celtic on a permanent contract from St Mirren in the January transfer window for a fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £300,000, and was immediately loaned back to the Buddies for the rest of the season.

Morgan told The Scottish Sun: “I was in with the fans at Ibrox, the atmosphere was great. It was the same for the Champions League game.

“To be fair, I wasn’t really recognised when I went to Ibrox. One or two guys did spot me but I was in an area with other families.”

Quality player

Morgan is one of the best players the Scottish Championship, and has been a key figure in St. Mirren already winning the title and gaining automatic promotion to the Premier League for the 2018-19 campaign.

The youngster will be a key player for Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic in the Scottish Premiership new season.

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