Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama isn't ruling out the possibility of returning to Celtic in the future, after admitting that he still follows the Hoops on a regular basis.
The Kenyan powerhouse spent two years with the Scottish giants before completing a £13m move to the Premier League to join Southampton in 2013.
After a three year spell at St Mary's Stadium, Wanyama made the move to north London and prior to his latest knee injury, was a vital part of Spurs' first-team.
"Yes! Why not?" Wanyama said when asked if he would ever return to Parkhead, as quoted by the Daily Record.
"I’ve still got a lot of love for the club and I still follow the club, so who knows I might be back at the club in the future.
"[Tottenham players] ask me about the atmosphere [at Celtic] and I always tell them is the best ever and that they will never understand it until they witness it for themselves.
"It is an unbelievable atmosphere, for me, I have never seen anything like it!"
Wanyama made 91 appearances for Celtic following his £990k move from Belgian side Beerschot AC in 2011.
The Nairobi born 26-year-old won two SPL titles and was a key part of Celtic's midfield throughout his time in Scotland, regularly featuring alongside the likes of Fraser Forster, and Ki Sung-Yong.