Manchester Metropolis winger Patrick Roberts hopes to maintain taking part in common soccer after an 18-month mortgage spell at Celtic got here to an finish.
Roberts, 20, helped Brendan Rodgers’ facet to win a home Treble and performed in 38 of their undefeated 47 matches, changing into extra influential within the closing months of a memorable marketing campaign.
His future at Metropolis underneath Pep Guardiola is unsure however he’s decided to proceed having fun with his soccer, amid experiences linking him with a transfer to the Bundesliga.
When requested about his future, he mentioned: “I do not know, we’ll see what occurs. I will have a break after which return to Man Metropolis after which we’ll see the place it goes from there.
“I simply wish to take pleasure in my soccer. I wish to play each week and luxuriate in taking part in soccer, like I did once I was a child. If I can do this I can be glad.”
Roberts scored 11 objectives this season, together with one towards his mum or dad membership within the Champions League, and feels his spell in Glasgow has been extraordinarily worthwhile.
“I’ve come on leaps and bounds and it is all because of the supervisor and Celtic for giving me that chance,” he mentioned. “To win a Treble at such a younger age is very large for me and I can take that on into my profession.
“Not many gamers really feel like this of their profession — the Invincibles final week and to win the Treble this week is a few feat. I am proud to play a component in it and proud to be part of this membership.”
Roberts is a well-liked determine with Celtic followers, who need the membership to signal him on a everlasting foundation, and he loved taking part in in entrance of them.
He mentioned: “All I can do is simply thank them for the help they’ve given me since I got here right here final January. They’ve been large and unbelievable.
“Them singing my title is a good accolade. The followers are good and we confirmed them how good we have now been this season to get the third trophy this season, and so they deserve it as a result of they’ve been good all season.”