According to reports, the man of the moment Stuart Armstrong is keen to extend his stay in Paradise.

The former Dundee United midfielder is in a rich vein of form, scoring the winner at Dundee last week for Celtic, and winning a man of the match award on his international debut for Scotland against Slovenia on Sunday night.

There’s no doubt Stuart has come on leaps and bounds under manager Brendan Rodgers, mainly due to the fact he’s playing in his favoured middle of the park.

However, it’s a bit unfair to blame former manager Ronny Deila for not playing him in the middle during his tenure.

The Norwegian had Player of the Year Stefan Johansen in there alongside captain Scott Brown, and it could be argued for a long time was difficult to drop him though he did latterly.

And Stuart did have a couple of niggling injuries that hampered his form, and his push for a regular starting place.