By Danny Wright
Patrick Roberts has hinted that his days at Celtic are numbered as his loan stay at the club draws to an end.
The 20-year-old sealed an 18-month loan switch from Manchester City in January 2016.
He is unsure what the future holds for him but has said that the Celtic fans have been amazing during his temporary stay in Glasgow and believes that he will remain reminiscent of his time with the club.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here and nobody knows what will happen in the future,” said Roberts, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.“The atmosphere here right now is amazing.
“It’s brilliant and everyone’s loving it, especially the fans.
“But if everything goes according to plan, I can look back and say it was one of the best times in my career.”
Roberts has made 35 appearances in all competitions for Brendan Rodgers’ side this season.
He scored the opening goal against his parent club Man City in the Champions League group stage this season as the Bhoys went on to secure a surprise 1-1 draw with the Premier League giants.
However the English winger has struggled with a knee injury in recent weeks and has only just returned to action when he came off the bench in the stalemate with Rangers after previously missing four games.
In total, Roberts has scored five goals for Celtic this season and has contributed with 11 assists in all competitions.
The loanee has already lifted the 2015/16 league title and the Scottish League Cup with the Hoops this season but has a chance at winning all three of Scotland’s domestic competitions during his temporary stay at the club.
Celtic have a Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers on the horizon and they also hold a mammoth 25 point lead at the summit of the league.
In other Celtic news, a sensational double-transfer is on the cards.