Bosun Lawal will play anywhere he's required in order to make an impact at Celtic

Lawal is spending the season on-loan with English League One outfit, Fleetwood Town, and has impressed during his 25 appearances so far.

The Republic of Ireland U21 internationalist has played under SPFL alumni Scott Brown, Lee Johnson and now ex-Scotland star Charlie Adam at Fleetwood.

He began his career as a defender but has also been deployed in centre midfield at times by Adam, a position he has enjoyed.

And Lawal believes he is ready to be Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers’ next big breakthrough star this summer - slotting in wherever he’s required.

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He said: "Obviously [the plan is] to get as many games as I can up until then and go again in pre-season, make an impact hopefully at Celtic. They do keep in touch. I speak to the coaches quite a bit and they come to the games sometimes.

"I do think I can be a goalscorer, and a defensive player, just whatever the game requires I can provide. That's how ready I am."