Brendan Rodgers’ stunning work with Celtic this season has seen the Bhoys look increasingly likely to make it a domestic clean sweep during his first campaign in Scotland.
The signings of Moussa Dembele and Scott Sinclair have been widely heralded as the Hoops’ best in years, though it’s not only the aforementioned pair who have sparked such success.
Rodgers’ work in revitalising midfielder Stuart Armstrong from a rather unconvincing left winger in a stale 4-2-3-1 setup, into a free-flowing hybrid of a No.8 and No.10 has seen him called into the Scotland squad.
In what was looking like an increasingly dark period for the Tartan Army, his debut on Sunday night against Slovenia earned rave reviews from national manager Gordon Strachan.
A former Dundee United midfielder, Armstrong has been touted as a potential target for Everton, though it’s probably fair to say not too much is know about him south of the border.
So, who exactly is the 24-year-old? We here at FFC take a closer look…