By Dominic Toner
Celtic attacker Scott Sinclair has named his first ever goal for the club as his favourite moment this season.
The 28-year-old has enjoyed a fantastic campaign during his first season in Scotland and already won the league title, plus the League Cup trophy.
He is now hoping his side can complete a domestic treble when they face Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup and has managed to reignite his stuttering career.
The Englishman has had some spectacular moments during the campaign, but has picked out his first goal for the Scottish giants as the best.
Sinclair came off the bench on his league debut for the Bhoys and scored the winning goal to secure a 2-1 victory away at Hearts on the opening day of the season.
The attacker has since been nominated for the Scotland PFA Player of the Year alongside teammates Moussa Dembele, Stuart Armstrong and Aberdeen’s Jonny Hayes.
Sinclair has looked back upon a great first season for Celtic and picked out his debut goal as his favourite moment,
“I have so many highlights since I have been here but the one that stands out is coming off the bench and scoring against Hearts,” Sinclair said, as quoted by the club’s official Twitter account.
💬 SS: "I have so many highlights since I have been here but the one that stands out is coming off the bench and scoring against Hearts."
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 2, 2017
Sinclair has been one of the star men for Brendan Rodgers’ side this campaign and managed to put aside a difficult spell in England recently.
The left winger has made 45 appearances across all competitions, scoring 25 goals and suppling 10 assists in return.
He is enjoying by far the best spell of his career so far and looks clinical in front of goal.
In other Celtic news, Charlie Nicholas has delivered his verdict on the club’s emphatic victory over Rangers.