Celtic have made a perfect start after the winter break with wins in the cup and league to lift spirits at Parkhead.
The Bhoys are already beginning to benefit from some January recruits and the loan addition of Timothy Weah has certainly got fans talking.
He is an 18-year-old centre-forward that has moved on loan to the Scottish giants from Paris Saint-Germain and made the perfect start.
Weah has been introduced as a second-half substitute in the cup win over Airdrieonians and also the league fixture against St Mirren.
The USA international has scored on both occasions to become an instant fan favourite and it appears like he will add real quality for the second half of the season.
His two goals are remarkably quite similar, with intelligent runs in behind a defender before finishing one-on-one with the goalkeeper.
It’s clear that the Celtic striker can cause havoc in Scotland with his pace and movement, which is why Rodgers needs to try unlock a new lethal combination.
Weah will be hoping for a first start shortly for Celtic and it appears like he will be clinical if given chances.
Callum McGregor may be the perfect option to be his supplying line in behind defences and the duo could strike up quite a connection.
McGregor, 25, already has eight assists under his belt this season in all competitions and has got the visions to unlock backlines.
The Bhoys will have quite a dangerous outlet on their hands if new teammates Wear and McGregor can get on the same wavelength.