RYAN CHRISTIE has admitted he has selfish concerns as well as wanting Celtic to reach the Scottish Cup Final.
The midfielder, on loan from the champions, scored with a crafty free-kick in Aberdeen’s 3-2 win over Hibs to push the Dons towards Hampden on May 27.
Asked if that gave him a dilemma, the Highlander joked that it was a difficult question he had been trying to avoid.
He said: “It’s a strange one. I’ve been asked a few times what my thoughts are and basically I’ve just kept quiet.
“I’m not too sure what to say because obviously it’s a great bunch of boys at Celtic and I wish them all the best, but at the same time it’s sometimes a selfish game.”
Christie is with the Pittodrie club until the end of the season and said he was proud to have made a valuable contribution.
He added: “I’m happy I’ve made an impact and that’s what I wanted to do when I came here.
“As much as I could help Aberdeen towards their targets, one of which was reaching the final and lifting a Cup.
“I’m happy in myself that I’ve done that.”