LIEL ABADA has shown his versatility for Celtic already this season.

The Israel international has played each position across the front-three at least once this season for Ange Postecoglou.

But in a Celtic fan Q&A he's revealed his favoured position is on the right-wing but admitted he enjoyed his stint as a central forward.

Abada deputised as a number nine for Celtic with Kyogo Furuhashi and Giorgos Giakoumakis out earlier in the season but has since returned to his "most comfortable" role as right winger.

And he revealed he's always preferred the position but insisted he's more than happy to play centrally or on the left - which he has done on occasion this term.

Responding to a query on his ideal position, he said: "I feel most comfortable on the right, but I really enjoyed playing through the middle when the team needed me to - I can also play on the left!"

Abada, 20, also revealed he only spoke to Nir Bitton once before sealing a move to Celtic.

Bitton told Abada of the scale of the club and fan base in Scotland in their discussion before he signed in the summer - and Abada admits he was well advised as he shared his love for Glasgow.

He said: "I spoke to him only once about Celtic before joining, he said it's a big club with amazing fans. He was right - I love it here!

"The city is very beautiful, I feel very at home here and the people are very kind to me.

"The thing I like least... I didn’t like driving on the different side of the road at the beginning, but I got used to it quickly. I really can't complain about much!"