LIAM HENDERSON is delighted to be a born-again Bhoy.
The 20-year-old Celtic midfielder spent last season on loan at Hibs and capped his stay at Easter Road with a Scottish Cup medal following their historic 3-2 win at Hampden.
But Henderson has admitted he is happy to be back at Parkhead as he gears up for an exciting campaign under new boss Brendan Rodgers.
The Scotland Under-21 international said: “It’s been good being back and seeing all the boys along with the new faces I hadn’t met before.
“Training has been hard, which you expect in pre-season, but it’s been really enjoyable at the same time.
“There are different ideas, but myself and all the boys are enjoying them and there has been something different in training every day.
“There has been a big amount of changes in the four pre-season games because of the size of our squad.
“However, everyone is on the same wavelength and we have been putting in good performances and getting the fitness up.
”Now I am looking forward to the Champions League qualifiers.”