- The forward struggled for starting minutes for the Canaries under David Wagner
- Idah has made 26 appearances in the Championship this term, scoring six goals
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The 22-year-old Irishman’s temporary switch from Norwich City until the end of the season was confirmed with an hour remaining.
A substitute in the majority of the Canaries’ matches this season, Idah expressed a desire to move to Glasgow ahead of the alternative offers that were put in front of him.
Speaking to Celtic TV, Idah said: ‘It’s such a huge club with such a big history behind it and I can’t even put into words what it’s like to be at Celtic.
‘My family and my friends are all delighted that I’m here and I just can’t wait to get started. All of us back home support Celtic so it’s huge for me and I’m so excited to be here.
The 22-year-old Irishman’s temporary switch from Norwich City until the end of the season
Idah had been relegated to the bench for the majority of the Canaries’ games this season
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‘I want to play games, I want to help this team and the aim for me is to win those two trophies and I want to score a lot of goals for this club.’
The forward, who has 22 full caps for Ireland, moved to Norwich in 2017 from College Corinthians.
Finally fit after a succession of injuries, he’s played 26 times in total in the league this season, scoring six goals.
With Oh Hyeon-gyu still involved with South Korea at the Asian Cup, Idah is likely to be the preferred back-up for Kyogo Furuhashi at Aberdeen on Saturday.
However, with Nick Kuhn, a £3million buy from Rapid Vienna, the only other addition to Rodgers’ squad this month, Celtic’s transfer dealings will inevitably come under the microscope again.
Hours after the summer transfer window closed, the manager stressed the need for a number of ‘quality’ players to arrive in January.
But the Northern Irishman,…