ALBIAN AJETI's performances from Celtic have come under the microscope since he walked through the door at the club last summer. 

The expectations were high for the £5million striker.

Having recently come back into the side under Ange Postecoglou, fans have been watching the Swiss closely once more. 

And it's fair to say the replacement for the absent Kyogo Furuhashi and Giorgos Giakoumakis is not cutting it for Celtic's desire level.

Club hero Packie Bonner has now questioned the former West Ham man's contribution to the team - insisting his work rate off the ball is not up to scratch.

He told BBC Sportsound: “If he’s not scoring goals, what else is he doing? That’s the problem. What else is he doing? How does he lend himself to the team?

“Is he making those little runs away pulling people out of position? 

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“I think [David] Turnbull ran forward maybe two or three times in the game from midfield into areas where maybe you can play ball over the top and so on.

“They’re so reliant on the wingers now to be creative players.

“[Tom] Rogic with his dancing feet we know what he does around the edge of the box now, but that movement off the ball at times, just wasn’t happening.

“Ajeti's maybe just given that instruction, ‘You stay in that position and leave the spaces for the wide men to exploit‘, but they’re not doing it and if they’re not doing it then he looks as if he’s not doing any work.

“And he’s hoping that the balls going to come from the position where he can score a goal, walk off and say well I scored my goal I’m okay, it’s up to the rest of them to do the other piece of the work.”