Brody Paterson picked up the Man of the Match award from Queens Park for last night’s Betfred Cup defeat from Queen of the South.
The 19-year-old joined the League Two favourites in pre-season with the prospect of regular match time at a club that is expected to win promotion after switching to professional status earlier this year.
Former Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has brought in a number of Championship level players with Queens starting the league campaign with three wins.
— Queen’s Park FC (@queensparkfc) November 10, 2020
The Betfred Cup has proved to be trickier with away defeats at Partick Thistle and Morton alongside a 0-0 draw away to Stirling Albion.
Paterson played at left-back for Celtic’s reserve side last season but with little prospect of meaningful matches the opportunity at Hampden provides him with the perfect platform to kick on his Celtic prospects. On Saturday Queens host St Mirren in their final group match.
In 2015/16 Anthony Ralston made a massive impact on loan at Queens Park, earning a January recall to Celtic but his season was halted by injury.