Adam Idah has seemingly dropped a hint that he would like to stay at Celtic beyond his loan spell.

The Republic of Ireland striker joined on loan from Norwich City in the winter window to add some much-needed firepower to Brendan Rodgers' frontline.

He's scored some crucial goals in a Hoops jersey, none more so than getting the champions on their way to a resounding 5-0 victory at Rugby Park last night.

That was his eighth goal since joining in January, and there are still two games to go for the Hoops this campaign, with St Mirren on Saturday before the Scottish Cup final 2024 next week.

Norwich are believed to want in the region of £6m for the striker.

And while there has been nothing concrete on a permanent move yet, Idah insists he's loving life in Glasgow.

The 23-year-old told Celtic TV: "Unbelievable. I had a tough start to the season, my confidence was low and ever since I arrived I've been so welcomed in. I hope I repaid that to the fans and to the players and look, I'm over the moon to be here.

"The crowd are unbelievable. What the boys have done tonight has been amazing. Not just tonight, but the whole season. There's been so many ups and downs, so it's fantastic to enjoy it with everyone."

On Brendan Rodgers, Idah added: "He's been unbelievable. He's been in these situations so many times. Like we said before, we enjoy the pressure and when the times get tough we're the ones who get going."

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Meanwhile, Stliyan Petrov was no stranger to success during his seven years in Glasgow, and the ex-Aston Villa and Bulgaria international remains impressed by the current crop of Celtic talent.

Shortly after the final whistle following Celtic's thrilling 5-0 rout of Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Wednesday evening – which saw Brendan Rodgers' side clinch their third successive league title – Petrov took to social media to congratulate his former employer.