After earning their place in the Scottish League Cup final on Sunday, Celtic return to league action tomorrow.
The Bhoys travel to struggling Dundee, who sit bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
But Celtic have some injury concerns ahead of this midweek trip. Scott Brown is already out of action in the Celtic midfield.
And there are concerns over Olivier Ntcham and Eboue Kouassi, who were both substituted at the weekend.
With Celtic’s central midfield options looking weaker than usual, it is the perfect time for Glen Kamara to catch the eye.
The 22-year-old is a long-term Celtic target and with his contract expiring this summer, he could be available on the cheap in January.
Kamara has the chance to show Brendan Rodgers what he can do firsthand. And his task has been made easier with Celtic’s injury concerns.
The former Arsenal man could stake a claim for why he should be in the Celtic midfield. This is his audition in front of Rodgers, the Celtic team and the travelling fans.
If Kamara is looking for a new club, he has the chance to impress Celtic and earn a good career move.
The Finland international stands out in a struggling Dundee side so he should be able to impress Rodgers.