Celtic striker Oh Hyeon-gyu has been praised by South Korea boss Jurgen Klinsmann for his "hunger" in front of goal.

The 21-year-old played in both of his country's friendlies during the international break, coming off the bench against Colombia and Uruguay.

Oh thought he had scored his first international goal in the 2-1 defeat to Uruguay but it was ultimately chopped off due to an offside call.

And Klinsmann feels the Hoops forward will be able more of an impact in the national team going forward.

Speaking to South Korean outlet Dailian, he said: "I think Hyeongyu Oh in particular will be a good player.

"He’s hungry for goals. We’ll have to see what he looks like in the coming weeks.”

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Meanwhile, Celtic captain Callum McGregor has maintained Scotland are keeping their feet on the ground after their 2-0 victory over Spain.

A double from Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay helped Steve Clarke's side make it two wins from two in their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign so far.

And McGregor feels the experience the national team now has in its ranks has helped the team's development.

Speaking to BBC, he said: "It’s probably a result we’ve been looking to pick up for a while.

"When you get more experience in the group and boys get more caps they start to feel better at this level.

"That’s what we have now: a really strong core with lots of caps and experience.

"But it’s important that we take the positives and keep our feet on the ground. By no means have we qualified.

"It’s been a great night. Hopefully the supporters enjoyed it. But when we come back in June we have to reset and go again."

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