It is early days, of course, but Timothy Weah is a boy that looks so comfortable at Celtic that you could see him staying beyond May.

The youngster signed a new contract with PSG prior to boarding the plane for his loan move to Celtic so it is unlikely that there would be any chance of getting him on a permanent deal but I do wonder just what the scope might be for his extending his current loan period.

Right now, he looks like such a good fit for Celtic – and Celtic looks like a good fit for him.

At just 18, there is a lot of maturing still to do for Weah but I wonder about the prospect of having this exposure now, playing in front of a big crowd, responding and thriving under that pressure and enjoying some success and then thinking that he could have to go back to his parent club and not play in Paris.

If that was to be the case you wouldn’t rule out something akin to what unfolded with Patrick Roberts.

And in a situation like this, I do think that players have an input too. Obviously PSG will have the final call but what counts in Celtic’s favour on that front is that there are cordial relations between the clubs.

But if there is the possibility of another loan spell in order that Weah sustains his current development, then you would have to fancy that Celtic would be the obvious call.

He always looks bright whenever he is on the pitch.

The boy’s confidence is clearly sky high and that I think he shows that when he is playing. He has a real nose for goal and I love the freedom that he plays with.

Celtic are really suited to how he wants to play and I know that he is very young, but you would have to say that he is a boy who looks the part.

He has brought pace to the team and for me that is the standout that I have seen since Celtic have come out of the winter transfer market.

Weah, Oli Burke and Jeremy Toljan all look to have added pace to the team and everything seems to be moving that little bit faster now. Burke to me looks like a really unselfish player. But his confidence will have gone up with a few goals too.

There is also further interest in the fact that Weah and Edouard have a relationship already, having spent a season together at Paris at the same age level.

That has maybe helped facilitate Weah settling in so quickly and we will soon see what hey bring when they play together.

The indication given was that Edouard would be back for this Sunday’s game against St Johnstone in the Scottish Cup as Celtic look to sustain their impeccable record under Brendan Rodgers in the domestic Cup tournaments.

A victory over the Perthshire side at the weekend would take it to 24 Cups win, which is a remarkable show of consistency.

And I just don’t see Celtic slipping up any. I know you never know in football and particularly in a Cup tie but for me there is a confidence and an energy about Celtic just now.

They look as though they have the bit between their teeth just now and it augers well for the month that lies ahead.

They have been beset by injuries yet the very fact that they have yet to lose a goal since coming back from the break would suggest that there is a fair bit of belief, regardless of who is playing.

The level will go up again pretty steeply when Valencia are in town next Thursday night for the opening leg of the Europa League tie.

I think you would always want a fully fit squad to chose from but if you can’t have it, then you get on with it, simple as that.

Kieran Tierney might be a loss as although he has taken tentative steps back into training, I just don’t know what his availability will be for a game like that.

There is the possibility that Jeremy Toljan could play on that side, although if Emilio Izaguirre is definitely ok after the tackle on Wednesday night then I just don’t think that he has let anyone down, especially at Celtic Park.

The one thing you would say about Valencia is that you want to put them on the back foot while also been fairly sensible. They are a different level entirely to what Celtic have been playing and everyone can appreciate that.

I feel as though there is a bit more pace in the side and it is in a game like this where that could make the difference.

It should be a pretty exciting night in any case with the disco lights sure to get another airing.