The name Logan Bailly isn’t one Celtic fans will remember forever, but the Belgian goalkeeper certainly won’t forget his time at Parkhead anytime soon.

After all, the now 33-year-old won four trophies during his time in Scotland, even if he only made three appearances in the Scottish Premiership.

Now a free agent after leaving Mouscron in 2018, the goalkeeper is still waiting for the right club, insisting he hasn’t retired just yet.

Overall, he played five games, but it’s a time of his career he doesn’t regret one bit.

Speaking to DH, he said: “Not at all! It was only happiness and beautiful moments. I will always hold this club in my heart. The number one was Craig Gordon, who was the Scotland national goalkeeper and who had arrived from Sunderland. At 36, he’s still there.”

However, the player admitted his last season at the club was ‘more complicated’ than his first when he broke his foot.

He also added: “I understand why Celtic didn’t extend my deal. It was better for me to go and play elsewhere, but no one can take away my four trophies from me”.

After leaving Parkhead, the goalkeeper joined Royal Excel Mouscron on a free transfer in July 2017, where he stayed for a season before being released.