Celtic striker Oh Hyeon-gyu has reaffirmed his love for the Hoops after posting on Instagram after the Parkhead side's victory over Rangers.

The Scottish champions ran out 1-0 winners at Ibrox after a strike from Kyogo Furuhashi in first-half stoppage time.

It is a result that means Brendan Rodgers' side go into the international break top of the league table on goal difference.

And Oh, who was making his first competitive of the season after being out injured, was delighted with the win.

He posted on his Instagram story a picture of himself and Rodgers sharing at hug at full time with the caption: "I love it".

The South Korea international joined in January from Suwon Bluewings and netted seven times across 21 appearances last season.

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Meanwhile, Rodgers waxed lyrical about his players after the victory at Ibrox, with Liam Scales in particular being singled out for praise.

He told BBC Sportsound: "I think the players needed that win to feel what it is like and feel what the intensity is like at a club like Celtic.

"To come here and play, especially in the first half, really good football with that composure we want to play.

"In the second half, we had to fight and show resilience. Any games I have ever won here, despite the scoreline, you always have to defend in moments and the players did that.

"The scoreline could have been better for us in the second half if we had been clearer with our passing and the final ball.

"To come here and keep a clean sheet, to come here and win without one supporter in the stadium except our board is brilliant and I am so happy for the players.

"I thought he [Scales] was absolutely magnificent today, I can always rely on him.

"He's a good guy, he wants to play games and I thought today he really stood up to the challenge and was absolutely brilliant. I'm very happy for him."