He's currently tearing it up in the Scottish Premiership with Celtic.

He's also ripping it up on the international scene with Honduras. Everything that Luis Palma touches right now seems to be turning to gold right now. He has the King Luis Midas touch, you might say.

The Honduran signed off for international duty with a goal and three assists in the 6-0 destruction of Aberdeen to keep Brendan Rodgers' men eight points clear of Rangers at the top of the table.

The 23-year-old winger produced another sumptuous assist for Anthony Lozano's opening goal during Honduras' 2-0 win over Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League, quarter-final first leg on Saturday.

The same two teams will meet on Wednesday to see who makes the last four. However, Palma appears to be an injury doubt.

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Palma’s match was cut short due to an injury and Honduras boss Reinaldo Rueda has revealed that his player is now a doubt for the second leg on Tuesday night.

Rueda said: “Luis Vega has a discomfort in his shoulder, and a small discomfort that Luis Palma has in a duel he had with Sanchez, we have those situations, today we will have our first training session.

“Yesterday recovery work was done, all joint mobility was stimulated and there we will see the evolution of the entire group.”

Palma though has been in blistering form for both club and country and has amassed five goals and five assists already for Celtic this season.

Former Atletico Madrid and Argentina keeper German Burgos - who was a No.2 under Diego Simeone at Atletico Madrid before managing Palma at Aris - believes the winger is going right to the top.

Burgos said: "Luis Palma is already better than he was at Aris. He has evolved and understands now the importance of being professional because it is not enough just to be good on the pitch.

"There is no ceiling with Luis if he continues to improve, he will reach the highest level. If he continues with that humility, the sacrifices he has made which characterises him and playing as well for his team, he will rise higher."

Even at this early stage of his Celtic career, you have to ask is Palma already a contender for the Scottish Player of the Year award?

Meanwhile, forgotten Celtic winger Marco Tilio is set to consider a loan move away from the club in January, according to a report.

Reports suggest that the 22-year-old is looking to move on temporarily in the winter transfer window if he does not get an opportunity in Rodgers' first team. The Australian joined the Scottish champions from Melbourne City in the summer but has not featured at all in the Celtic side.

Tilio's first appearance of the season came in an international for Australia's Under-23s at the weekend, as he came off the bench to help his team beat Qatar 2-1. He has seven full caps to his name for his country and the Aussie hopes his involvement for the U23s will help push him nearer inclusion in the first-team squad but it is a most curious case.

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