West Brom winger Oliver Burke has said his form on loan at Celtic has helped him get back in the Scotland squad.
The 21-year-old has but has been selected by his country for their Euro 2020 qualification double-header against Kazakhstan and San Marino.
Burke joined Celtic on loan in the January transfer window after falling out of favour with the Baggies. He has scored four goals in nine games in the Scottish Premiership for the Hoops, as well as obtaining a handful of appearances in the Europa League.
The winger is enjoying his time at Celtic Park and has said, as per stvnews: “I’m really happy with the way things have gone here at Celtic. It’s put me in a great position and that’s got me the call-up.
“This move is something I really needed to kick-start my career. I’d been starved of football but I’m so happy to be back playing now. Now I have to make the most of the opportunity with Scotland and I’ll do my very best”.
The former Nottingham Forest and RB Leipzig man also added when asked about his future: “I’m a West Brom player but I’m here at Celtic and that’s my focus right now. To be honest, it’s all a bit out of my hands. We’ll just have to see.
“This is football and I’ve been through it enough times now to understand what’s going on and hopefully my next step is the right step. But I’m here at Celtic and enjoying myself.”