This is the moment Celtic target Shane Duffy was serenaded in a Hoops bar by supporters after joining in a 'Here we go, 10 in a row' chant.

The Brighton defender is reportedly wanted by Neil Lennon to help solidify his defence as he looks to strengthen his squad for their final push to secure their tenth title in a row ahead of rivals Rangers. And, if this clip is anything to go by, the Irishman would not feel out of place at Parkhead.

In the short, one minute clip posted on social media, fans twirling Celtic jerseys over their heads in a pub can be seen and heard singing 'Here we go, 10 in a row' with Duffy initially in the background singing along. But, seconds later, the live musical act turns his attention to the centre-half and belts out, 'There's only one Shane Duffy', to the delight of the crowd.

Seemingly embarrassed at the lyrics, Duffy begins with his head in his hands. However the 28-year-old decides to get to his feet and conduct the supporters - before taking a swig of his pint and clapping along. The video was shared with the caption: "Ive seen more than enough. Sign Shane Duffy. #ShaneDuffy #Celtic". It racked up more than 92,000 views as well as over 3,500 combined likes and shares.

Plenty of fans were delighted with the clip. One said: "Can’t lie would love Duffy to get this move, what a guy," and another wrote: "Get him signed."

It is not known exactly when the footage was taken, however it emerged on social media earlier this week. Duffy has 33 caps for the Republic of Ireland and made 25 appearances for Brighton last season in all competitions - scoring once.