He said: “I always feel ready, especially after Saturday. You always want to get your debut out of the way. It was a good win by the team and especially after returning from my injury in the last two weeks.
“I’ve only been here for a short time, but it’s a great time to be involved. There’s a lot of things happening at the club. I was in Israel and you could see how much it means to qualify for the Champions League again, which is a great achievement by all the players.
“That was a great moment to kick on. Saturday was a really important game. We all know about Aberdeen and what they did last year. They are always going to be a good side and in the past Celtic have always been a little bit difficult against them. But we showed that we intend to do whatever we can do and score goals.
“You always want a game, it doesn’t matter who against, even in a pre-season friendly. It doesn’t matter which opposition. You don’t take things for granted as a player, you never should, you don’t want overestimation or underestimation to come into play.