Recent Inter Miami signing Lewis Morgan has no regrets about his two years with Celtic, the Daily Record reports.

The former Hoops winger completed a perhaps unexpected move to the MLS side on the final day of the January window.

Morgan was never a first-team regular in his time with Celtic – he made 31 appearances in his two years with the club, and spent the second-half of last season on loan at Sunderland.


Despite his lack of game time, Morgan does not regret joining the Hoops.

Lewis Morgan against Rangers

Lewis Morgan against Rangers (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

“There were a lot of positives experiences in my time at Celtic although things didn’t quite work out the way I had hoped” Morgan said, as quoted by the Daily Record.

“Good memories and experiences”

“I maybe never achieved what I wanted to achieve at Celtic but I still played in some massive games in Europe and cup finals and I will have some good memories and experiences from my time at such a massive club.”

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Presumably, the fact that Morgan never held down a regular first-team spot at the Hoops meant that he never achieved as much as he hoped to at Celtic.

However, he did play in some ‘massive’ games, ironically enough only a month before he left the Hoops.

Scott Sinclair and Lewis Morgan

Scott Sinclair and Lewis Morgan (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Due to an injury crisis, Morgan was forced to play as a striker, in the Europa League match against Rennes, and in the Betfred Cup Final against Rangers.

Performed admirably in Europa League fixture

He performed admirably in the Europa League match, scoring in a 3-1 victory. He didn’t fare as well in the Betfred Cup, as he was substituted and replaced by Odsonne Edouard, but he can still be proud that he started for the Hoops in a cup final win over Rangers.

Sometimes it just doesn’t work out for a player at a particular club, and that seems to be the case with Lewis Morgan. Still, it is good to see that he has no regrets about his time with Celtic.


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