Scott Brown: My Celtic Story - OUT NOW!
Celtic beat off stiff competition to sign the Swedish internationalist on a pre-contact from Rosenberg in November 2011, with the new Bhoy officially starting his three-and-a-half year deal the following January.
The defender began his career with Umea and GIF Sundsvall in his homeland, before enjoying a successful spell in Norwegian football with Rosenborg, earning him a call-up to national side.
Lustig has since established himself as a regular in the international set up, helping his country qualify for Euro 2012.
In his first full season in Paradise, he became a key member of the team, and has continued to excel at right-back. He is just as comfortable in central defence but likes to push forward and join the attack when he can.
Lustig scored one of the goals of the season in the 7-0 victory over Hearts at Tynecastle in the Scottish Cup, but his season ended early as he underwent a hip operation.
Having committed his future to the club by signing a new three-year contract, Lustig would score one of the goals of the season when, having come on as half-time substitute against Motherwell, he secured the final goal of the game with a diving header.
Following the departure of Adam Matthews, Lustig has featured at right-back in the UEFA Champions League qualifying ties against FC Stjarnan, FK Qarabag and FF Malmo.
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