Adam Idah shows his Celtic love with personalised boots against Rangers as striker hypes up 'Bhoys thing'

Celtic put one big hand on the Scottish Premiership trophy after a stylish display against Rangers.

And Adam Idah got the message loud and clear as he sported some personalised boots in Glasgow's east end. The sun was belting down as 60,000 Hoops supporters packed out Parkhead to roar on their heroes in a huge derby showdown. It was an afternoon to remember for Brendan Rodgers and his table toppers as Matt O'Riley and John Lundstram's own goal secured a 2-1 success to increase their lead at the summit to six points with just two matches left to play in the league campaign.

The Republic of Ireland international was a January loan capture from Norwich City and has made a real impression on both the fans and on his current employers since his arrival. The 23-year-old has already netted seven league goals including a strike in the 3-3 draw at Rangers last month - but found himself named on the bench with star man Kyogo Furuhashi named from the off.

But he was introduced into the action with 20 minutes to play, and as he ran on to the field he showed off some new artwork on his boots. The nike footwear had the Celtic crest on the heel with 'It's a Bhoys thing' printed on the outside of the boot. He didn't quite grab that goal he was searching for this time around but he was able to celebrate come full-time as he took to social media to praise the fans in the ground. He wrote on Instagram: "+3 at home. Amazing support as always." along with a green heart emoji.

Boss Rodgers was equally delighted with the result and atmosphere created by the full home backing. He told Celtic TV: “I think the performance up until the penalty miss was outstanding. We started the game how we wanted. The atmosphere was unbelievable and we created chances, we looked a real threat. Some of the football and the goals we scored was really, really good.'

“The downside was, from the penalty, it sapped a wee bit of energy from us and then we didn’t quite finish the game off. And, obviously, if you don’t do that, it can always leave it a little bit tense towards the end. So that’s still the big development this team has to make.

“But I also understand that Celtic-Rangers games are about winning and the people all around the world, in bars and living-rooms will be absolutely thrilled that Celtic have beat Rangers and I’ve very proud of the team that they showed that strength at the end to get the job done.

“We were a real threat in that first-half period and I just felt it was coming. We got into really good areas, worked the ball really well, came back inside and it was a brilliant finish by Matt which got us a real foothold in the game.”