And then the 17-year-old striker admitted: “I need to work on my finishing!
“It’s something that I’m aware of and work on all the time in training.”
The Hoops hit-kid, who has been at the club for TEN years, also revealed he had snapped up his Parkhead season ticket just hours before the demolition job on his Ibrox counterparts.
He said: “Scoring three goals in a Cup Final against Rangers is an incredible feeling.
“I’ve been a Celtic fan all my days and it means everything to be involved in an occasion like this at Hampden.
“I renewed my season ticket in the afternoon, so these goals are very special, I know what it means to the fans and everyone at the club.
“We set our standard in the semi-final by beating Hibs 6-0 and picked up on that in the Final.
“The whole team played well, Hampden suited our style. Winning this trophy means a lot to everyone in the dressing room, winning in style makes it more special.”
Luke Donnelly, who thumped in four against the Easter Road side, also netted at the national stadium along with Sam Wardrop who claimed the breakthrough strike.
An own goal from Calum Waters and a late effort from Dylan Dykes were the consolation efforts for Ian Durrant’s side last night.