At the age of 73 Rod Stewart is back at the top of the charts with his latest album, Blood Red Roses, featuring the Celtic anthem Grace, going straight to number one.
News of the album sales will have provided some consolation to the singer who was in Austria on Thursday watching Celtic lose 3-1 to RB Salzburg.
Grace was adopted by the Celtic support at the start of the 2016/17 season and tells the story of the brief marriage between Joseph Plunkett and Grace Gifford.
The marriage took place in Kilmainham Gaol in 2016 during the Irish Revolution with Plunkett murdered by the British forces 15 minutes after his marriage.
Stewart first performed the song on stage in Las Vegas this summer with social media spreading the message far and wide.
The London born singer has followed Celtic closely since the early seventies, in 1995 he opened the new North Stand at Celtic Park.