Both Celtic and Rangers have been urged to sign Motherwell talent Lennon Miller.

The midfielder, 17, was on top form yesterday for the Steelmen as Stuart Kettlewell's side competed well against the champions.

The Scotland Under-19 international produced a lovely bit of skill on the half-turn to skip past Callum McGregor before setting up Blair Spittal who opened the scoring at Fir Park with a sublime finish on the edge of the box.

Adam Idah and Luis Palma would complete a late comeback victory for Brendan Rodgers' side.

But that didn't take away from Miller's performance in the middle of the park for the hosts.

Charlie Mulgrew appeared on the Sky Sports punditry panel for the game alongside James McFadden and Kris Boyd.

And he reckons Miller would improve either half of Glasgow's big two.

He said: “You see the effect he has on the game today. He’s like a man the way he plays. He is so clever.

"We see him asking for the keeper to take the goal kick up and flick it on like his dad used to do. What a player. Level-headed boy. Comes from a good family as well.

“If I was Celtic or Rangers I would sign him now and have him in the team. What a player he is.”

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Chris Sutton took to social media to give the teenager some praise for his performance too.

He wrote: "Sensational second half from Adam Idah. Two brilliant, brilliant finishes Yang excellent wide on the right and gave some much-needed threat and quality.

"Celtic cannot continue to play for just 45 minutes every game… Motherwell’s Lennon Miller looks a player."

Celtic take on Dundee on Wednesday night as they will look to at least maintain the two-point gap to Rangers. Philippe Clement's side travel to Ayrshire to face Kilmarnock.