Celtic defender Kieran Tierney has said that manager Brendan Rodgers has made him into a better player.
The 19-year-old, who was a product of the clubs youth development system, has established himself as the clubs first choice fullback and credits Rodgers in helping to develop his game.
He said, according to the BBC, “He’s made me, technically, a much better player.They’ve worked hard on that, him and the coaches, and they’ve just emphasized that I work on a lot of stuff. That’s what I’ve done in training and after training”.
Tierney is enjoying a great season with the Bhoys, who lead second placed Aberdeen by 27 points in the Scottish Premiership, and require only seven more points to be mathematically guaranteed of a sixth successive league title.
The youngster is hoping to carry on his good form and earn a place in the Scotland squad for the friendly against Canada on March 22 and the World Cup qualifier against Slovenia on 26 March.