Future Celtic signing Lewis Morgan is showing an attitude which will surely endear him to Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers and bodes well for his future prospects with the Hoops.
The Hoops signed Morgan in January but as part of the deal he returned to St Mirren for the rest of the season, but as his time in Paisley comes to an end, he wants to get started at the Hoops.
The Scottish Sun reports that the 21-year-old hopes to join up with his new team-mates as soon as his season finishes with St Mirren on April the 28th.
This would be a huge benefit to Morgan as he would get extra training with the Hoops and acclimatised to his new surroundings before the summer break.
Morgan would also be up to speed with the tactics used by the Hoops boss ahead of the Champions League qualifiers which begin in July, which will benefit Morgan if he is selected for those games.
Rodgers has got to be impressed with the attitude shown by Morgan, who is eager to learn and put in extra training even after a gruelling season with St Mirren has come to an end.
If Morgan, who has scored 14 goals for the Paisley side this season to put them on the verge of promotion back to the Scottish Premiership, is able to replicate his off-field attitude on the pitch, then the Hoops might just have a star on their hands.
In other Celtic news, the Hoops are set to play Ireland in Scott Brown’s testimonial