Paul Caddis has told of the hilarious moment Tommy Gravesen interrupted Celtic's first-team training with a traffic cone after being banished by Gordon Strachan to the reserves.

The Dane and his manager had a fallout towards the end of his Hoops career and he was ordered to train with the youngsters.

Meanwhile Caddis was working with the first-team on a daily basis at the club's former Barrowfield training ground.

As the former Scotland cap went to take a touch from a long ball played by a teammate, Gravesen couldn't miss an opportunity to wind up his teammate - as well as get under the skin of Strachan.

Caddis told Si Ferry on his Open Goal channel: "In the end, Strachan didn't get on with him so Tommy was training with Willie [McStay] and the reserves.

"By this time I was training every day with the first-team.

"We were doing 11 vs 11 down the back at Barrowfield and for whatever reason we were training down there and the reserve team came on straight after 11 vs 11.

"The game's going on and someone's played this [diagonal pass] to me and Tommy's sitting at the side.

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"There's traffic cones there for some reason and he's sitting with this big traffic cone.

"Just as I'm about to take my touch Tommy picks up a traffic cone and shouts 'Time Caddy, Time!"

"Strachan was like 'get him f***ing out of here!', he was some guy."

Caddis also recalled the moment Artur Boruc strolled through Bridgeton in Glasgow just moments after playing for the Hoops in an Old Firm clash at Celtic Park.