CELTIC misfit Morten Rasmussen recommended a move to the Hoops for latest signing Erik Sviatchenko.
Tony Mowbray paid £1.2million when he signed the striker from Brondby in January 2010.
Unfortunately, Rasmussen flopped and scored only three goals from 10 appearances and was loaned to Bundesliga side Mainz in August that year.
“Eventually, after two more temporary moves, he returned to Denmark with FC Midtjylland in August 2012.
Despite failing to make an impact in Scottish football, the frontman, now 30, had no hesitation in telling his team-mate to sign for Ronny Deila’s side.
Sviatchenko said: “I have been collecting a lot of news about Celtic.
“I talked to some of the Danes who have been at the club, including Morten Rasmussen.
“Obviously, it’s a huge club with a massive history. I’m looking forward to knowing lots more about this club in the future.
”It feels very nice. I’m proud to be in the Hoops. I know a little bit about some of the chants.
“And I have already learned the Glasgow meaning for thank you is ‘ta’.”