Kris Commons has praised team-mate Gary Hooper after the striker marked his first Champions League start with a goal in Celtic's 3-2 win over Spartak Moscow.
Hooper opened scoring for Neil Lennon's side to help them on their way to a first away victory in the group stages of the competition.
And Commons expressed his admiration for the former Scunthorpe man's performance in the Russian capital.
"When he (Gary) puts his mind to it, he can be anything," said Commons.
"He has great movement, he is a natural goalscorer, he leads the line well and he is so strong.
"Even if his marker is quicker than him, he puts his body in positions and gets away from him and he has vision as well.
"Not many strikers have got great vision but he always seems to set me up for goals as well, which is good."
Celtic currently sit second in Group G after picking up four points from two games ahead of their double-header against Barcelona.