Celtic winger Mohamed Elyounoussi is now back in training with the first-team squad after spending the best part of two months out with a foot injury.
The Swiss international has barely played for the Hoops since October after aggravating the problem in the Betfred Cup final win over Rangers back in early December.
Supporters on Twitter are now hoping that Elyounoussi can stay fit and spearhead their title challenge:
Best Celtic news all year so far!
— Shaun McDonald (@Shaunymac04) 4 February 2020
Things you love to see😍
— Rory Dunbar (@Rorydee67) 5 February 2020
Made my night
— Andy.Mc (@AndyMcCallion88) 4 February 2020
Is he Cup Final back? Are actually back?? Hopefully the latter of course….☘️☘️☘️
— Fred (@crocoman07) 4 February 2020
— Robert O'Brien (@obrien198842) 4 February 2020
Thank thee Lord 🙏
— NickNick (@NN19741810) 4 February 2020
Hopefully we can keep this guy fit, hes class
— Ryan Cruickshanks (@Ryan4of) 5 February 2020
Now that is good news.
— Sometimes Too Bloody Honest Abe. (@44_warwick) 4 February 2020
The 25-year-old has had a big impact since arriving at Celtic Park, having scored seven goals and provided six assists in 13 appearances for the club.
Elyounoussi has spoken out about his long-term future in recent days. Some fans would like to see the Swiss make a permanent move from Southampton in the summer, but the winger is keeping his cards close to his suggest, insisting he is only focused on the current season and returning to full fitness ahead of the run-in:
“I enjoy Celtic, it’s a fantastic big and nice club. I have to think about the future as it approaches summer. Now it’s all about getting back into shape. I think more about the here and now than the future.”