SCOTTY SINCLAIR is hoping for an action replay when Celtic take on Hearts at Tynecastle a week on Sunday.
The Hoops have the opportunity of claiming their sixth successive Premiership crown against the Edinburgh men.
And it will be a welcome return to the ground where Sinclair, fresh from completing his £4.5million move from Aston Villa, made his debut.
And the exciting attacker marked the occasion in some style by netting the winning goal to get Brendan Rodgers’ side off to a victorious start on their way to a remarkable unbeaten 36-game sequence.
Looking ahead to Flag Day, Sinclair said: “It would be great for myself and the team.
“I have good memories there, and hopefully I will have more of them by winning the title.

“It seems such a long time ago. I wasn’t too sure if I would make the subs’ bench as it was so quick and fast.

“I literally had the scans and before you know it I was on the bench. I never really thought I would be involved and then I came on and scored the winner.
“It couldn’t have been written any better.
“It was great to hit the ground running.”

The flair player hadn’t set himself any targets at the start of the campaign, but he would love to achieve the 20-goal milestone now that he is within striking distance.

He added: “My main thing was to enjoy my football, play every week and get my love of the game back.

“However, I’m always going to be looking to break that 20-mark now, but I don’t really have an out-and-out target.”
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