Friday 21 October 2016

Stefan Johansen eyes more titles with Bhoys

Celtic's Leigh Griffiths (centre) celebrates Efe Ambrose and Stefan Johansen
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths (centre) celebrates Efe Ambrose and Stefan Johansen

Celtic playmaker Stefan Johansen insists he has unfinished business in Glasgow after letting the treble slip from his grasp.

The forward was named PFA Scotland's Player of the Year on Sunday night after his fellow professionals recognised his impressive first full season in Glasgow.

But after also wrapping up a Scottish Premiership and League Cup double, the 24-year-old admits he is still hurting over the Hoops' failure to complete a clean sweep following their controversial William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Inverness.

Reports have recently linked the Norway international with moves to Germany's Bundesliga.

But Johansen says he owes it to the Parkhead support to go one better next year.

He said: "The fans here are very special to play in front of. I've never experienced anything like it before. We played away from home in the Europa League but anywhere we went, I never saw fans like ours.

"It's an honour to have them cheering our team. They can be the difference between whether a player signs here or not. The fans are a huge part of this club. I don't think it's for nothing that many big players have enjoyed playing at Celtic Park. I do feel at home here."

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