Celtic skipper Stephen McManus is hoping Georgios Samaras will stay at the club on a permanent basis.
Samaras has impressed at Parkhead since his loan arrival from Manchester City during the January transfer window.
The Greek international won many more admirers by creating Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink's last-gasp equaliser against Aberdeen in Sunday's Scottish Cup quarter-final.
McManus says he is not the only one who would like to see Samaras stay in Glasgow claiming the striker is a big hit with Celtic's female fans.
"I would love to see big Sam stay. I think the women would like to see him stay too because of those looks of his - it gives everyone something to look at," McManus told the Daily Record.
Top player"From our point of view, he is a top, top player and a great lad as well. He is a joy to play beside.
"A lot of players who found themselves in the situation he did would have lashed the ball across goal but he put in a great cross and we scored.
"Sam is a great player and people forget he's still only 23.
"I knew about him when he was with Manchester City and the manager liked the look of him.
"He's a gifted lad and that hasn't been a surprise. When someone is brought for £6million, as he was, you know he is quality and he's come up here and been a breath of fresh air."