Celtic winger Liel Abada has revealed his favourite goals from his Hoops career so far.

The 20-year-old enjoyed a stellar first season in Scotland, racking up double digits in goals and assists as Ange Postecoglou's men won the league and League Cup.

As to which of his 15 strikes stands out most, the Israel international was torn between two.

"'I think I have two favourite goals from last season," he told Celtic TV. "One against Dundee United and one against Rangers.

“If you ask me what’s better it’s a difficult question but the goal against Dundee United was so important as we played Rangers after as well.”

The goal against the Terrors was a last-minute winner that ensured Celtic went into the next game - against league leaders Rangers - just two points behind in the title race.

He then netted in that game too as the Hoops demolished their Glasgow rivals 3-0 to go top - a position they did not relinquish thereafter.

Abada is targeting further such contributions this campaign - but he refused to make his ambitions public on it for now.

“I have targets for goals and assists," he said. "But I want to keep that to myself, maybe ask me at the end of the season and I will tell you if I reached them."