Celtic star Christopher Jullien has thanked Hoops fans for their well-wishes after the defender was floored with a head knock against Hamilton on Saturday.

The Frenchman clashed with Marios Ogkmpoe and required medical attention before he was forced off.

A worrying sight in the second-half of Celtic's 1-0 victory, but the £7million man revealed after the whistle that he came through the worst of it.

Posting at full-time, Jullien said on social media: "Clean sheet, win, 3pts... Period! On to the next one.

"And yeah the head is ok, thanks for asking! #GoodPeople".

Confirmation of his safety was met with delight by Hoops fans who told of their relief.

One said: "God bless Big Jullien, keep it going big man HH".

Another added: "Head of steel big man".

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One commented: "Great news big fella".

A fourth wrote: "Some strength in that bhoys heed".

We told how Jullien's teammate Hatem Abd Elhamed revealed his confidence at stepping in at centre-half for this week's Europa League clash with Rennes - if Jullien isn't fit to start.