Kris Boyd heaped praise and congratulations on Celtic's new signing Greg Taylor - but joked he won't speak to the left-back until he leaves the Hoops.

Former Rangers and Kilmarnock man Boyd watched as pal Taylor signed a four-year deal at Parkhead yesterday.

The defender has been chased by Celts most of the summer and finally completed the move.

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It came as no shock to Boyd as Taylor earned the switch and the veteran hit man hailed the 21-year-old's work ethic.

But he playfully explained that he wouldn't be in touch again until Taylor's contract was up.

Posting on Instagram in response to Taylor's signing pic, Boyd wrote: "Well done @gregtaylor12. A top player, that worked your hardest everyday from the academy to the first-team a great example for any youngster to follow.


What an honour to sign for this massive club!! Can’t wait to get started and to play in front of the fans at Celtic park. It’s such a special day for me and my family. I will see you all soon💚 @CelticFC

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"Deserved your move, but won't hear from me for 4 years now bye bye".

Various other teammates at international level also wished their friend well.

Manchester United star Scott McTominay said: "Some boy, congrats mate."

Billy Gilmour of Chelsea added: "Congrats mate and all the best."

Hibs' Ryan Porteous commented: "Congrats bro".

Wolves youngster Elliot Watt responded: "Congrats mate".