The Hoops new arrival international joined his Bhoys teammates in training for the first time this week.
The 21-year-old has started training with his new Hoops teammates this week, having moved over to Glasgow from FC Karpaty Lviv now that the Ukrainian League has finished.
Shved will be hoping to add to the one cap he already has for his country, which came last November against Turkey, as his nation prepares to take on Serbia and Luxembourg next month in their Euro 2020 qualifiers.
The youngster was signed in January and loaned back to the Ukrainian club for the remainder of the season, during which time he scored six goals in seven games, picking up March's Player of the Month award in the process, though his final game saw him sent off for two yellow cards.
Celtic interim manager Neil Lennon confirmed on Thursday that Shved cannot play for the Scottish Premiership champions this season, but aside from describing him as a "very exciting player, added that he already looks at home with his new teammates.
Here is how some of the Parkhead faithful reacted to the positive news about their new player:
Excited with this bhoy could have went on his holidays but chose to come and meet and train with his new team mates.— Celtic bhoy (@Pedroshome67) 15 May 2019
a wand of a left foot, the league ain’t ready— connor (@hctelfih) 15 May 2019
Fs man he’s only been in the country for 5 minutes— Reece Stevenson (@reecestevenson8) 15 May 2019
What a player. Better than Shevchenko— adam (@adthelad57) 15 May 2019
This isn’t Rafa— Decky (@Deckyy67) 15 May 2019
He’s not registered for the remainder of the games. He can play next season.— Darren Coote (@DarrenCoote2) 15 May 2019
Shved has scored 15 goals and registered four assists in all competition for Karpaty this season, according to Transfermarkt.
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