Celtic fans were reunited with cult-hero Tommy Gravesen during yesterday's Europa League clash with Copenhagen - and were quick to serenade the retired midfielder.

Gravesen enjoyed a two-year stint at Parkhead between 2006-2008 where he won a league and cup double. The Dane, 43, was on pundit duty for the last-32 first-leg match last night on Danish TV when Celtic supporters caught a glimpse.

Quick to burst into song for their former player, 'Oh Tommy Gravesen' rang round the away section of the stadium, to the delight of the ex-Real Madrid and Everton star.

He appeared to feel the emotion of the praise, pointing to his chest to suggest the Hoops still have a place in his heart. A short clip was posted on social media captioned: "What a guy".

It racked up thousands of likes and shares. And fans were happy to add to their songs with compliments for the star. "Class the big man", one said.

Another added: "That’s pure class. He is loving that. Great stuff celtic fans". One wrote: "Absolute psycho, absolute legend".

Odsonne Edouard's opener was cancelled out by Copenhagen's Dame N'Doye but an away goal could prove crucial to Celtic's hopes of qualifying for the last-16.