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Rogic happy with Celtic start

Tom Rogic is happy with the way he has settled into life at Celtic since joining the Scottish champions in January.

Last Updated: 12/03/13 at 12:40 Post Comment

Tom Rogic: Happy with how he has settled into life at Celtic

Tom Rogic: Happy with how he has settled into life at Celtic

The 20 year-old has only made four appearances for the Hoops to date but he is relishing the challenge of playing abroad.

"I'm settling in quite well, getting used to the weather - that's probably the biggest challenge for me," said Rogic on Fox Sports Australia.

"Just being around the players has been the biggest change for me - the quality is a step up and the tempo is something I wasn't quite used to."

Despite his limited time on the pitch this term, Celtic boss Neil Lennon believes he has signed himself a future star.

"He's tall, elegant, got really quick feet, excellent technique and an eye for the goal," he said.

"I'm very pleased because I've got myself a very good player now."

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