Karamoko Dembele has opened up on his time at Celtic, confirming he has fond memories of life in Glasgow.

The winger burst onto the scene when he was just 13 after becoming the youngest every player to make his debut for the Hoops U20s side.

Dembele made his debut on the final day of the 2018-19 campaign against Hearts as Celtic lifted the Scottish Premiership under Neil Lennon.

His rise continued the following season where  he became the youngest player to represent a Scottish club in Europe when he faced CFR Cluj in the Europa League.

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However, injuries would disrupt his time at Parkhead and he failed to tie down a regular place under Lennon or Ange Postecoglou.

This led to the forward joining Ligue 1 side Brest in 2022 before moving to Blackpool on loan last summer.

He has impressed in England, scoring seven goals and providing five assists so far this season.

And Dembele reflected on his time in Glasgow in a  TikTok feature with The Athletic, where was challenged to give one-word answers to different questions,

When asked about the Scottish champions, he replied: "Boyhood".

The forward was then quizzed about Rangers to which he responded: "Enemy".

He also refereed to Parkhead as "Paradise" and called Scotland his "home".