Bojan Miovski would add some much-needed quality up front for Celtic.

Of that former Hoops boss Neil Lennon has no doubt.

The Aberdeen striker is reportedly a transfer target for the 24-year-old this January.

He's been linked with the champions as they prepare to lose Kyogo, Daizen Maeda and Oh to the Asia Cup this winter.

The North Macedonia striker has 12 goals to his name so far this season, building on a strong start during his debut campaign at Pittodrie in which he netted 19.

Lennon appeared on PLZ this evening and was asked if the frontman has what it takes to make the grade at Celtic Park.

The Irishman said: "No question, no question. I've seen him live, I know his attitude to the game. There's no histrionics with him, he runs the channels, and works his tail off.

"Everything he gets in the game he deserves and I love his attitude. He's a really good player and I think he's been fantastic this season."

Meanwhile, competition for places is lacking at Celtic, insists Mark Wilson.

The former Hoops right-back reckons whenever the first starting XI is weakened by injuries or suspension, then Brendan Rodgers' side doesn't look the same. 

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That was particularly evident yesterday at Rugby Park as Derek McInnes' Kilmarnock defeated the champions 2-1 after a second-half stormer in Ayrshire.

"That's both Sundays they've looked a bit shakey with poor performances," he told Sky Sports. "Brendan Rodgers was correct to call it out at McDiarmid Park. The difference is he got a reaction from his team in the second half because they still had 45 minutes to get something from that game.

"Yesterday it was the opposite. They started okay although Kilmarnock still had chances in that first half to score. The second half was as poor as I can remember from a Celtic side for a long time. A real lack of cohesion in and out of possession. They were rightly punished for it."