CHRISTOPHER JULLIEN says that Greg Taylor and Jeremie Frimpong can one day be Celtic's answer to Liverpool's dynamic full-backs Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Scotland international Taylor and young Dutchman Frimpong were electrifying as the champions kicked off their Premiership campaign with the demolition of Hamilton on Sunday.

Jullien recognises the pair have some way to go to match the standard of their Anfield counterparts, but thinks they should aim to get there. When asked if they could have a similar impact for Celtic, Jullien said: "Definitely. Alexander-Arnold and Robertson are at a different level.

"They are playing in a team that’s accomplishing everything. If they can take that example and work on it and be so efficient like this for the team then that would be amazing.

"I’m really happy for them because they show how good some full-backs can be and how important they can be for a team.

"Since Greg joined Celtic I have some other games in mind when he was really good too. He’s always been a player who does a lot of running for the team.

"To have this performance from these two guys on Sunday, I was really happy for them.

"The full-backs are definitely going to have an impact on our team this season. They are the two players – Gregy and Jerry – who defend and attack the most.

"It’s good to score and have some assists but at the end of the day they are defenders and they are very good in battles and one-v-ones.

"If they can do as well as Alexander-Arnold and Robertson that would be great for sure.

"I hope some young player will say one day they want to be a Jeremie Frimpong or a Greg Taylor."