Joe Hart belts out Celtic chant as in love keeper gets the karaoke going after Parkhead star's wedding

Newly-retired Joe Hart is in no rush to give up Celtic as the adored keeper posted a late night love bomb to the club he loves.

The 37-year-old – riding off into the sunset after securing seven trophies at Parkhead – was in fine fettle as he and guitarist Jack Mulholland staged an impromptu concert after former team-mate Josip Juranovic's wedding. Hart belted out his own rendition of 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' which has been chanted gleefully by Parkhead punters in the wake of another dominant season.

The former England keeper is adored for his displays on the pitch but it's his unbreakable bond with Celtic supporters that have left a lasting impact on him. Hart stated the three years in Glasgow are among the best of his career and his latest song will only further endear him to a fanbase who aren't ready to see him hang up his gloves.

Hart - speaking after the Scottish Cup Final win over Rangers – summed up what he believed makes Celtic so special. He said: "There is nowhere else on the planet that I'd want to play football," the goalkeeper told Premier Sports afterwards. I'm truly blessed to walk out with a big smile on my face. It wasn't like that at one point so I am gonna take my win and run.

"I thought it [retiring] was the right thing to do. I wanted to take the pressure away from the manager and do the best for the club, because it's about the club being successful and the people being happy. I'm just lucky I've been able to piggy-back on it."