Scott Sinclair was unplayable in his first season at Celtic.

I don’t know why he has lost his way of late.

But it’s not too late for him to reproduce that kind of form. You don’t lose your talent.

He might have lost confidence, lost form, lost a bit of self-belief but he still has that ability.

The one thing you would say about Brendan is how well he knows Scott. He worked with him at Chelsea, at Swansea and signed him for Celtic because he knew what he would bring.

I don’t know if he needs an arm around the shoulder or a kick up the backside. That’s for the manager to work out.

But I honestly think that Celtic were dynamic and aggressive when Sinclair was on song. He really brought something different to the team and could go and be a match winner.

Sometimes I think a lot of that comes down to confidence. I don’t know the best way to get that back but you don’t lose it. You don’t become a bad player.

Like Griffiths, I think the advice is to get onto the training ground. You need to want it yourself. You want to have that drive, that desire to be better, to be the best that you can be.

You get one good game under your belt and it can spark that form again.

I don’t think it’s too late for him to resurrect his Celtic career again.