Picture the scene.

It's July 25, 1997 and Celtic boss Wim Jansen is desperately seeking a striker to help wrestle the Scottish Premiership title away from a dominant Rangers.

A Rangers so dominant, in fact, that they were on course for a special ten title wins in a row.

Feyenoord, meanwhile, didn't quite realise what they had in a dreadlocked Swede who would go on to have a world-class career.

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Step forward Henrik Larsson.

The man who signed for Celtic on this day 22 years ago.

Scoring a staggering 242 goals in just 315 appearances in all competitions, the man dubbed the King of Kings is still - and always will be - remembered fondly and loved in the East end of Glasgow.

Here, we take you back to a gallery of Larsson's incredible career at Celtic Park.