Celtic boss Neil Lennon welcomed Mikey Johnston back to the fold after 11 months out with calf injuries and admitted: "We've missed him."

The skilful winger is exactly the type of player the Hoops have been crying out for, with a lack of flair and creativity in recent weeks adding to problems in the goal scoring department.

Johnston finally made his comeback in a cameo during his side's 2-0 win over Kilmarnock yesterday afternoon and Lennon was delighted to bring back the trickster. "We’ve missed him," the manager said. 

"He is a player that can break the lines, and we’ve been missing that type. So I’m happy he is back."