MARC CROSAS has corrected the Parkhead club for labelling him an ex-Celt.
The Spanish midfielder, who spent three years at the Hoops after arriving from Barcelona B in 2008, insisted he is a “Celt for life”.
Crosas, 30, replied to a tweet from the club’s official account asking supporters to name their former players who had played in Russian football.
Brendan Rodgers’ men, of course, protect a one-goal lead when they take on Zenit in St Petersburg in the second leg of their Europa League tie on Thursday night.
Crosas, who is currently a free agent, was pictured with Jiri Jarosik, Aiden McGeady and Mubarak Wakaso as former Celts who have plied their trade in Russia.
But he replied: “Hey Celtic! Just to remind you that I’m not an ‘ex-Celt’!
“I am and always will be a #CeltForLife!”