Jordan Larsson, son of Celtic hero Henrik, has revealed it would be a DREAM to play at Parkhead for the club.

The Spartak Moscow striker spent a large chunk of his young life in Glasgow watching his dad score 242 goals in green and white.

Now following in his footsteps as an attacker himself, young Larsson admits he still has a soft spot in his heart for Celtic. And he says he would love the opportunity to make his own name at Celts as a player if the chance ever presented itself.

"For me, Celtic will always have a special place in my heart," he told RT Sport. "Not that I played there but it was the first place where I saw football as a young kid going with my mother to see games my father was playing.

"That's where I have the biggest memories in my head, 'You'll Never Walk Alone', you have all the scarves before the games and everything so it will always have a special place in my heart."

He added: "At the same time, my father is who he is at the club and I think for me personally if I would ever get the chance to play there then I would like to establish myself even more, make my own name before I would play there, if that chance would ever come up.

"Of course it's tempting, not that they're interested, but if I think about it, to be able to play there would be a dream in that sense."