Celtic winger Scott Sinclair believes that getting the chance to be involved in the Champions League with the Hoops is a far better achievement on a personal level than when he played for Manchester City.

The 27-year-old was with the Citizens between 2012 and 2015, during which period he managed a mere 19 appearances overall without scoring even a single goal.

The move to Celtic happened this summer and the winger has already added Champions League football to his kitty, having come through the qualifying stage.

Sinclair is excited about the opportunity and insists that he has to put his Celtic experience above the Manchester City one as he is having the opportunity to play in Europe's biggest tournament this time around.

“I don’t really have a point to prove but being in the Champions League and being involved is much better on a personal level than when I was at City", Sinclair told his club's official website.  


In spite of not getting the chance to be involved in all of Celtic's games, the winger insists that he is already feeling at home at Celtic Park and is looking to have an impact on their games.

"I wasn’t really involved for some weeks but I feel at home here and properly involved and I can’t wait to get started.

“It will just be nice to go back and see some old faces and friends.

"It will just be great to back in there."