Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou says the club have no new injury concerns ahead of the Premier Sports Cup final against Hibernian tomorrow.
James Forrest and Mikey Johnston both missed the 2-1 win over Ross County midweek with knocks but the pair will be given every opportunity to prove their fitness going into the showpiece event.
Kyogo Furuhashi also remains touch and go. The club’s top scorer suffered a hamstring strain in the 3-2 victory against Real Betis nine days ago but there is a hope he could make a swift return.
Jota has already been ruled out with his own hamstring problem, while Giorgos Giakoumakis (knee) and Albian Ajeti (hamstring) have also been ruled out for the clash at Hampden Park.
Christopher Jullien has had a setback on his return from a serious knee injury. The French centre-back has spent over a year on the sidelines and he is now not expected to make his comeback until the New Year.