KT, Q and A
KT on the 2017 Scottish Cup Final: “It was a mad one, it was like a film the way I got back in time to lift the trophy, I was still mad with it just after my operation! I’d rather do that than get beat in the final and play the full 90 minutes, it was worth every part of the day.
KT on Scott Brown: “He’s my hero, I’ve always looked up to him since I joined Celtic. His attitude and the way he prepares himself is incredible, he’s the ultimate professional and captain.
“I remember playing for the u-20’s we’d be excited just to see him show up, when I got a chance in the first team he took me under his wing, he’s helped me along. Ninety games in I’m still looking upto him, he’s still helping me, I’ve a lot to thank him for, he’s an inspiration.
KT on Bobo Balde: “He was a defender, he knew how to defend and that’s really important. He was strong, physical and never shied away from any tackles.
“As a young boy looking at that team you had so many heroes but as a defender you look at the other end of the park and the clean sheets that they get. That defence was solid and I always liked Bobo Balde in it.
KT on his best position: “I was brought in as a left midfielder at seven! I played in midfield because I was fast at the time, I could get by people. But in my first session at Celtic I just moved to left back, I enjoy having the full park in front of me and I like defending.”