Kieran Tierney has paid tribute to former Celtic teammate Scott Sinclair after the winger departed for Preston.

Winger Sinclair, 30, signed a two-and-a-half-year contract at Deepdale earlier this week and plenty of Celtic stars past and present wished him luck.

Tierney, 22, was one of his pals who hailed the attacker.

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Posting a photo of the pair celebrating a goal during their time together in Glasgow, current Arsenal player KT said: "Good luck my man. 

"So many memories together down that left...", accompanied by a green love heart.

Sinclair spent three years at Parkhead, winning nine trophies.

The former Man City and Chelsea player also bid an emotional farewell to Celtic fans, hailing them for their love.

He said: "Thank you Celtic, the staff and players we've created history and made amazing memories that I will never forget.

Scott Sinclair bids emotional farewell and tells of love for 'inspirational' Celtic spell

"From the invincible treble, treble-treble and on a personal note being the top scorer in the time we did it and becoming Scotland's player of the year.

"But most importantly thank you to all the fans for the love and support you have shown me over the last 3 and half years I've been there.

"It has been inspirational, an honour and pleasure to wear the shirt, you will be missed."