Celtic picked up a comfortable 2-0 win against managerless Hibernian last night and there were plenty of performances that caught the eye.
One player who did just that was January arrival Jeremy Toljan.
The full-back, signed on loan from Borussia Dortmund in the winter, put in an impressive display as Celtic cruised to victory.
The electric defender was a completely different option to Mikael Lustig, who Celtic have been used to in recent years. The German bombed on and became a genuine attacking threat for Celtic when he did so.
In fact, so much so, that he set up Celtic’s opener to bag his first assist as a Bhoy.
Celtic fans knew that the German was arriving with a degree of pedigree. Dortmund do not just sign players based on a whim.
With Emilio Izaguirre picking up a nasty looking injury, it could be that Celtic fans will now get to see his versatility in the weeks to come, with the German adept at left-back as well as his preferred right.
This display will no doubt have Celtic fans hoping he can continue such form. If he does, then the clamour will undoubtedly be for a permanent deal…
— Swanjohnald (@_JohnMcsorley) February 6, 2019
That lad Toljan is class. You could see positionally he’s top drawer
— Angus (@StateAidLoon) February 6, 2019
Toljan what a player please say we have an option to buy in the summer
— Liam Fox (@liambhoy1967) February 6, 2019
Toljan looks a player. Great to have a pacey outlet on the right handside.
— Kevin Coulter (@Sustain_Fitness) February 6, 2019
Toljan is some player ?
— David Hackett (@Hackett67) February 6, 2019
Agreed, Toljan should get better and better, great addition
— Eddie Doherty (@EddieDoherty9) February 6, 2019
Jeremy Toljan is too good to be true? some player
— Troy the Gardener (@StevenPhilp) February 6, 2019
Toljan is a real player ?
— Ross Lundy (@RossLundy17) February 6, 2019
Tell ye what. Toljan looks like he’ll be class for us.
— Chris (@chris91q) February 6, 2019
Be some bit of business if we got Toljan on a permanent deal. Some player
— Liam (@LiamHanlon1) February 6, 2019