Thirty years ago Celtic were on route to a double celebration in their Centenary season.

It was a glorious season under Billy McNeill and one that will be long remembered, especially since it was to take another ten years before Celtic would be Scottish champions again.

Since that double the club has enjoyed some incredible successes with brilliant players making their own mark on the rich unbroken history that now stretches back 130 years.

To recall that season and the period since Video Celts is looking back at the players who have worn the hoops over the last 30 years to put together a Fans XI for that spell.

Artur Boruc edged Fraser Foster for the choice of goalkeeper with a couple of very worthy nominations available at right-back.

Other than under Martin O’Neill Celtic have generally played with a back four with Brendan Rodgers a firm believer in that system of play.

During the Centenary season Chris Morris was the man in possession, slotting in easily to the side with the emphasis on charging down the wing and slinging crosses into the box.

The poll will run through until Saturday night, click through and cast your vote for the best right-back since Morris.