Lewis Morgan have revealed he will return to duty at Celtic as soon as St Mirren complete the final match of the season on 28 April.
The on-loan attacking midfielder is so keen on making an impact at Parkhead that he will finish his loan at the Saints before immediately heading to his parent club.
He signed for the Scottish giants in January and was immediately sent out on loan back to the Paisley side, who are sitting 11 points clear at the Scottish Championship summit.
Morgan, 21, has said he will return to Celtic for the first time as soon as his loan side play thier last league game on 28 April.
He told the Scotsman:
“I speak regularly to the people there and some of the sports scientists were away with the Scotland national team so I saw them.
“All going well the season finishes earlier for us at St Mirren so I can get in training before the end of the season and be assessed before I go away.
“Of course it’s a step up so I know I’m going to have to work hard over the summer to make sure I’m at the levels I want to be when I go in.”
Morgan is doing everything to earn him a starting role at Celtic. However, the 21-year-old should be way of over-exerting himself at the end of an intense season and getting an injury, which could set him back a long way. He has had an excellent spell for his loan side, netting 14 goals and 12 assists from 34 appearances across all competitions. But the midfielder knows it will be to reinvigorate his career and he does not want to burn out by spurning a decent summer break and giving his body the chance to rest.