CELTIC’S on-loan keeper Scott Bain has admitted he already feels one of the Bhoys.
The shotstopper was signed in an emergency temporary deal from Dundee after Craig Gordon injured a knee in the 1-0 win over Hibs on January 27.
Bain made a dramatic debut in the 3-2 comeback victory at Ibrox after Dorus de Vries injured an ankle 24 hours before kick-off.
And the 26-year-old kept his place for the goalless draw against Motherwell at Fir Park on Sunday with the Dutchman on the substitutes’ bench.
Brendan Rodgers is now pondering on making a permanent move for the impressive No.1.
Bain said: “I feel comfortable at this football club and the boys have made me feel at home since I’ve come here.
“Obviously, that helps. Straight away, you can be yourself and you can enjoy training every day. You know the lads are confident in your ability and that you’re fully confident in theirs.
“Just being around the place and training every day to that standard makes the game a bit easier.
“The training here is so intense and to such a high standard that it more than prepares you for the games.
“For that game at Ibrox to be my first appearance, I thought I handled the occasion well and I really enjoyed it.
“The way we won the game made it a debut that is going to stay with me.
“It’s one I’ll look back on and think what an incredible win. The game had everything with the goals we scored, conceding a goal so early and getting a man sent off.
“It was good to be able to contribute and to be a part of it.”
* Bain was speaking to the Celtic View, on sale now.
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