Celtic full-back Cha Du Ri could be out of action for a month after injuring his hamstring on international duty with South Korea.

Cha has forced his way into Neil Lennon's side this season and played in the 2-0 win over St. Mirren in Paisley before the break.

But the defender limped off after 17 minutes of his country's World Cup qualifier with Kuwait on Tuesday.

He said: "I think I must be getting old. I am getting too many injuries.

"The heat was very unfamiliar to me and I struggled. Maybe it contributed to the injury."

Meanwhile, Celtic's chief executive Peter Lawwell is set to visit Mexico this weekend in a trip aimed at strengthening the club's ties with feeder club Santos Laguna.

The Hoops set up an agreement with the Central American outfit earlier this season and Lawwell will lead a club delegation to Santos this weekend. Laguna president Alejandro Irarragorri said: "We have been encouraged by our partnership and they want to look at our facilities again and see what we can do to mutually help our clubs."

On the home front, Celtic manager Neil Lennon has told Paddy McCourt he definitely has a future at the Glasgow club.

The Northern Ireland winger has not started a game this season. But he said: "I spoke to the manager. I'm in his plans."

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