Lewis Morgan’s time at Celtic can largely be categorized as one that was a failure and, in truth, there was not anything to really write home about whilst he was a Bhoy.
If you have been following his career Stateside, though, then you will know that he has shown why he was initially brought to Celtic Park, as he continues to play a crucial role for the New York Red Bulls after sealing a move from Inter Miami.
Indeed, those who like to use the mybet-9ja.com site and place bets on the MLS will know that Morgan is a player that needs to be watched carefully, as he has all the ability to be extremely dangerous.
In a recent interview with Glasgow Live, the winger was recently asked about his time at Celtic and provided his opinion as to why he did not feel his time in Glasgow did not work out as intended after completing a switch from St Mirren when Brendan Rodgers was in charge.
He said: “It was a big step in my career coming from St Mirren. I think at the time I had a few different options on the table but with Brendan Rodgers being the manager, obviously it is a massive club. I am ambitious as a football player and wanted to test myself at the highest level.
“It is well documented that I had a couple of injury problems when I was there and sometimes you just need everything to fall into place and sometimes that doesn’t happen. It is something I am sure I will look back on with fond memories when I stop playing.
“But from a sporting side, I wanted to play more and that is what led to me trying to move on and get regular football elsewhere.”
Of course, it was not all a failure for the Hoops, as Morgan did put in a couple of decent performances, however he did really struggle to get everyone off their seats as much as we had all hoped we would.
Nonetheless, he appears to be showing everyone what he is capable of doing on a football pitch, albeit across the Atlantic ocean and in The Big Apple.
He has seven goals in his 15 appearances and is not playing as a traditional striker, either, thus highlighting how well he is doing in the MLS. Let’s not forget, prior to joining the New York Red Bulls, he was Inter Miami’s MVP last season, too.