Recent Celtic arrival Oliver Burke has had a dream start to life in Glasgow.

He scored twice in the recent 4-0 win over St Mirren, despite playing in an unfamilar centre-forward role.

His loan deal from West Brom only lasts until the end of the season.

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However, he has admitted that if possible he would like to extend the move.

“I feel at home already and I’m sure if I continue to keep doing well I’m sure I’ll want to stay here as a player” Burke told the Daily Record.

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Burke’s words will bring delight to Celtic fans everywhere.

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He has proved to be a shrewd accusition, and the support will be hoping the deal will be extended.

The chances of Burke staying long-term at Celtic seem slim at best.

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West Brom manager Darren Moore is adamant that the player will be back at his club next season.

 

However, if possible the Hoops should try and find a way to extend the loan deal, perhaps for another season.

That would certainly be a boost for supporters.

Burke seems certain to keep his place in the Hoops starting line-up for the upcoming match v Hamilton.

With Timothy Weah also playing well, it will be intriguing to see if he is paired up-front with Burke, in what could be a deadly striking duo.

 

 

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