SAIDY JANKO has sent his congratulations to treble-chasing Celtic.
The Swiss Under-21 right-back made only five starts for the Hoops before Brendan Rodgers loaned him to Barnsley for the remainder of the campaign.
Janko, who was bought by ex-boss Ronny Deila from Manchester United in the summer of 2015, admitted he wasn’t clear about his future at Parkhead.
He said: “The plan is to go back there, but they’ve just won the league and I’m happy for them.
“The boys are buzzing and they’ve also broken loads of records.
“Celtic is a huge club, but like at any club, there is a fight to play.
“You never know where football will take you and we’ll just have to see in the summer what happens.”
The 21-year-old’s season at the Championship club has been wrecked by injury.
Janko, who was bought from FC Zurich for the Old Trafford outfit by Davie Moyes in August 2013, has made only 13 appearances, seven as a substitute. He scored one goal.
Rodgers paid £1million to West Brom for Costa Rican international right-back Cristian Gamboa after allowing Janko to make his move south.