Journalist Anthony Haggerty insists that Joe Hart’s experience is a huge boost for Celtic.
The club paid just over £1m to bring the goalkeeper into the club from Tottenham Hotspur, bolstering the squad of Ange Postecoglou as they look to battle Rangers for the Scottish Premiership title.
Hart somewhat struggled for minutes at Spurs last season and made a total of 10 appearances.
However, he has already played six times for Celtic, and Haggerty believes that his know-how will have a major effect on the development of the young players at the club.
Hart, of course, has played for the likes of Manchester City, West Ham United, Spurs, and England throughout a storied career in which he has won two Premier League titles, and has also won 75 caps for England. Hart has played at three major tournaments for the Three Lions, going to Euro 2012, the 2014 World Cup, and Euro 2016.
Haggerty said: “Just see the fact that he’s walked into that dressing room and see the experience he brings, it’s colossal.
“And see if your Joe Hart and you’re talking to younger players, you’re looking in awe at Joe Hart.
“It’s a guy that played under Mancini, Guardiola, some top, top football managerial operators. Joe Hart speaks, you listen.”