Odin Thiago Holm has yet to really announce his arrival as a Celtic player.

The Norwegian has been limited to appearances off the bench since his summer arrival at the Scottish champions.

He was used as a second-half substitute at Pittodrie today, as the Hoops ran out 3-1 winners on matchday two of the Premiership.

Reo Hatate, who was a sub himself, was forced off through injury and Holm was selected as his replacement.

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He showed some neat touches of the ball, and in flashes in was apparent what he will bring to Brendan Rodgers' team in the fullness of time. 

While he's had a quiet start to life on the pitch,  he's certainly making some noises off it. 

Taking to Instagram this afternoon, he channeled his inner Kendrick Lamar as he posted a pic of himself skipping past Aberdeen's Slobodan Rubezic.

Quoting the rapper's song HUMBLE, he wrote: "B*tch be humble, sit down."

His teammates Matt O'Riley and Liel Abada responded, with the former saying "So smooooth," while the latter added two heart emojis.

The 20-year-old has since edited his caption, deleting the song lyrics.

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Post-match, Rodgers said: "It really is a squad game but Welshy was excellent when he came in. He trained so well, Odin comes in as well and makes an impact.

"Yang does really well for the third goal. It's important that players are always ready and I think you saw that today. When they came in, they contributed."

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