Celtic star Kyogo Furuhashi has been the subject of much praise from all quarters this season.
The Japanese striker has 29 goals to his name and if he continues his goalscoring form, he is on course to hit 40 goals this season.
Celtic are also on course to break the clubs all time scoring record of 116 goals this season and Furuhashi has been central to that.
Journalist Dean Jones says that if Kyogo continues his scoring streak it won’t be long before he has a decision to make on his future as clubs come calling.
But he has urged him to stay at Celtic for one obvious reason.
Speaking to GiveMeSport, Jones said, “He’ll have to consider strongly if he was to make a transfer if it can live up to what he’s living in the here and now.
“He gets a lot of praise for his movement.
“He honestly is a delight to watch and he could play for a Premier League team, but I’m just not sure that at any of those Premier League teams he’s going to get the same love and adoration that he gets at Celtic.”
Jones is spot on. At Celtic, Kyogo is winning trophies and is adored by 60,000 fans every second week.
He’ll never get that at another club. Many other Celtic players have found that out. To their cost.