Celtic forward Moussa Demeble has announced he is happy to have joined the club in light of more lucrative offers, according to the Daily Record.
The Frenchman hit headlines last term as he scored 15 goals for a Fulham side that was largely battling relegation for most of the Championship campaign.
While a starting berth for the Bhoys had been hard to come by, the 20-year-old wrote himself into Hoops folklore by notching a hat-trick against arch rivals Rangers.
He became the first player to notch a league trio against the Gers since 1966, having only entered the fold following an injury to Leigh Griffiths.
Upon leaving the Cottagers on a free in the summer, the former Paris Saint-Germain youngster is thought to have had offers from the Premier League.
Though the SPFL cannot offer the same wages and the like, the hat-trick hero has announced he is delighted to have made the move to Parkhead.
“I could have gone to other clubs but for me I wasn’t thinking about money. I was thinking about football and getting as much as experience as I can at a young age”, he said.
“I can play in the Champions League and for a 20-year-old that is something huge.”