Joe Ledley moved Celtic in the summer of 2010 after leaving Cardiff City.
Joe Ledley has stated on Twitter that he does not regret joining Celtic.
The 33-year-old Australia international midfielder has stated that moving to Celtic was the best decision of his life.
Ledley, now on the books of Newcastle Jets in the A-League, joined the Hoops in the summer of 2010 on a free transfer after leaving Cardiff City.
The midfielder was at the Glasgow giants from 2010 until 2014 before he switched to Crystal Palace in England.
The 33-year-old won the Scottish Premiership thrice and the Scottish Cup once with Celtic.
Best decision of my life. I loved every minute of it.— Joe Ledley (@joe16led) April 18, 2020
Meanwhile, Heart of Midlothian owner Ann Budge has said that Celtic cannot be named champions of Scotland if not all 38 rounds of matches are played.
The Scottish Premiership is suspended at the moment due to the global health crisis, and it will not resume until July at the earliest.
The divisions below the Scottish top flight have been called, with promotion and relegation places sorted, and there could be league reconstruction if the Scottish Premiership decides to follow suit.
Budge told The Scottish Sun: “It’s clearly an impossible situation. But clearly some of the rules were changed. You shouldn’t be awarded the title if you haven’t played 38 games — and you shouldn’t be relegated if you haven’t played 38 games.
“Not many people had a problem with promotion, but almost everyone had a problem with relegating clubs in the middle of what is an awful global experience. Let’s find the fairest way possible to address the situation.”