Rogic is beginning to rediscover his form for Celtic.

Kenny Dalglish has told the Sunday Post that Celtic playmaker Tom Rogic is becoming one of the finest playmakers in British football, prior to his display at Murrayfield on Sunday afternoon.

Brendan Rodgers’ side booked their place in the Scottish League Cup final with an excellent 3-0 win over Hearts, thanks to goals from Scott Sinclair, James Forrest and Ryan Christie.

Rogic, 25, as instrumental throughout the win over Craig Levein’s Hearts, connecting the midfield and the attack throughout despite the Hoops missing influential figures such as Scott Brown, Dedryck Boyata and Leigh Griffiths.

Before the match, Celtic legend Dalglish claimed that the Australia international is quickly establishing himself up there with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva, Christian Eriksen and more.

“He is maturing into one of the finest players in the UK in the role he plays just off the main striker,” Dalglish said. “If he is fit, he brings so much more quality to the Hoops.”

Rogic has scored two goals and created four more in eight Scottish Premiership appearances this season, and remains one of Rodgers’ key players at Parkhead.

Celtic are next in action on Wednesday night as they travel to Dundee to face Jim McIntyre’s struggling Dark Blues. Celtic will be hoping for a seventh league win, and hope Kilmarnock drop points against Rangers, allowing them to move into second.

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