PADDY ROBERTS aims to remain an Invincible for the remainder of his Celtic career.
The tricky winger is scheduled to return to Manchester City when his 18-month loan deal expires at the end of May.
Roberts has made 35 appearances with the Hoops remaining unbeaten on the domestic front as they target their fourth clean sweep of silverware in the the club’s history.
Brendan Rodgers’ men could even be handed the opportunity to win their sixth successive Premiership crown against Dundee at Dens Park on Sunday – if Aberdeen lose to Hearts at Pittodrie.24 hours earlier.
Roberts said: “It’s fantastic to be here now and being unbeaten all season would be an immense achievement.
“There are still a few games left, but if we get there it’ll be the one of the most remarkable things I’ve done.
“So, we need to stay confident and focused for the rest of the season.”
The 20-year-old flanker admitted he will never forget his time at Parkhead.
Roberts is coming back after injury problems and made second-half appearances against St Mirren and Sevco Rangers in the last two weeks.
Speaking to the new edition of The Celtic View, Paddy added: “My priority is to get as much game-time as possible.
“Obviously, it’s a big squad and everyone wants to play. It’s hard because it’s a team sport and when things are going so well you’re buzzing for everyone.
“Our aim is just to achieve what we started out to do at the beginning of the season.

“The atmosphere right now is amazing, everyone is chilled out and when we win at the weekend it makes the week even better and we can then go into the next game even more confident.

“It’s brilliant and everyone’s loving it, especially with the fans.

“I’ve loved every minute of my time here and nobody knows what will happen in the future.

“But I can safely at the end of the season, if everything goes to plan, I can look back and say it was one of the best times in my career.
“I loved playing out on that pitch and we’ve still got a few games left.”
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