Adam Idah was back to his old last-gasp tricks on Wednesday night - but for the first time it wasn't in the yellow and green of Norwich City.

The Irishman scored a brace of penalties, including a trademark late winner, to help new club Celtic see off Hibernian 2-1 and open his goalscoring account for the Hoops.

Idah made the move north of the border less than a week before he got off the mark for Brendan Rodgers' side, sealing a loan move until the end of the season in a search for game time at his boyhood club.

He's delighted he's got off to such a stellar start with the Scottish champions, telling Celtic TV: "It was an amazing feeling to score in the 90th minute, and to get three points topped it all off.

"I missed a few chances which I was frustrated with, but I’ve taken penalties throughout my whole career and I think I’ve only missed one, so I was quite confident taking the penalty and thankfully it went in.

"I’ve said before that I’ve always wanted to play for this club, and to score, especially last minute in front of the fans, was such an amazing feeling so I was delighted. But it’s time to focus on the next game.

"I said before that I want to get minutes her and develop as a player, and whether that’s coming off the bench or starting, I’ll take it."

Rodgers has been pleased with the instant impact from his new charge, and had no doubt the 22-year-old would make the most of the spot-kicks.

"He had taken six penalties before and scored a great penalty against Holland for the Republic of Ireland," he said.

"You just see how he addresses it, he knows he’s a penalty taker. Against David Marshall, who has had a fantastic career, there is a psychological test there as well. And he came through that. It was a great night for him."