Celtic manager Neil Lennon met some very special fans of the club on Tuesday - the Thai Tims.
The manager of the league champions took some time out to speak to the youngsters, who will perform at Celtic Park ahead of Thursday night’s game against St Johnstone.
He told the club’s official website: “"It was lovely to meet the Thai Tims. The kids are great. They’re such a phenomenon. I was really looking forward to meeting them and off the back of a great weekend, it was a nice way to start the week off.
"It’s amazing and the work that’s been done over the years has been fabulous and they’ve become such a part of the club now, and so popular with everyone associated with the club, particularly the fans.
"All the players are looking forward to seeing them on Thursday night. They’ve really captured the hearts of the people and it just enhances the home games and adds to the special atmosphere we’ve had at Celtic Park."
The Good Child Foundation and the Thai Tims first came to prominence in Scotland following the murder of Celtic supporter Reamonn Gormley, who had taught the children Celtic songs while on a gap year in Thailand.
The children then paid their own tribute to the 19-year-old with a performance of ‘I Just Can’t Get Enough’ which was watched by Celtic fans all over the world on YouTube.