Earlier this week we asked you to vote for who you believed to be Celtic’s greatest ever striker.
There were plenty of contenders and a whole host of brilliant players to look back on from yesteryear.
Goals galore from players who have all, at different stages, played a key role in Celtic’s history.
However, there can only be one winner and with the votes calculated, this is how you ranked Celtic’s top 10 greatest ever strikers.
10: Paolo Di Canio - 22%
In true Paolo Di Canio fashion, his year at Celtic was full of controversy, but he did score some important goals for the Hoops during that time and they have clearly not been forgotten.
9: Moussa Dembele - 24%
There is certainly an element of ‘what could have been’ with Dembele.
Had he stayed at Celtic for a few more years as he entered the prime of his career, you can imagine he’d rank much higher on this list.
8: Joe McBride - 30%
The late Joe McBride was a free-scoring striker during the few years he spent at Celtic. Part of the Lisbon Lions squad that is remembered so fondly and he rightly takes his place in this top 10.
7: Leigh Griffiths - 35%
Leigh Griffiths has divided opinions in the past but is now widely recognised as one of the best strikers to play for Celtic in recent years. He’ll play a big role in winning 10-in-a-row if Celtic can do it.
6: Chris Sutton - 37%
Given how outspoken he is in the current day and age, it is easy to forget how clinical Sutton was in front of goal during his prime. He narrowly misses out on the top five.
5: John Hartson - 52%
Now a BT Sport pundit alongside Sutton, Hartson enjoyed five years at Celtic during the latter stages of his career.
Having joined for £6 million there was a lot of expectation surrounding Hartson, but he surpassed 100 goals for the club and goes down as one of the best forwards to play for the Hoops.
4: Bobby Lennox - 60%
Bobby Lennox is one of Celtic’s all-time greatest players, let alone strikers. A member of the Lisbon Lions squad, he scored 273 goals in all competitions for the Hoops. A true club legend.
3: Kenny Dalglish - 68%
Kenny Dalglish’s departure from Celtic may have angered some supporters, but there is no doubting how good he was for the club during his playing days. He found the back of the net well over 150 times in all competitions during his time at the club.
2: Jimmy McGrory - 78%
Celtic’s all-time leading goalscorer narrowly misses out on the top spot. Older fans may disagree with this decision, but he sits at number two in the top 10. Known for his unique heading ability, the late McGrory was a nightmare for opposing defenders.
1: Henrik Larsson - 96%
There can only be one winner and how he won it indeed. Henrik Larsson came in as the unanimous winner, winning 96% of his duels. A modern-day Celtic legend and firm fans’ favourite.