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The highly-rated Australian became a Bhoy during the 2013 January transfer window, joining from Central Coast Mariners on a four-and-a-half year deal.
Already a full internationalist, the 20-year-old has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the past 12 months since winning a worldwide competition to train and play at the Nike Academy in London.
He shone in his first season as a professional for the Mariners and was soon attracting interest from a number of clubs in Europe. However, the Hoops won the race for his signature, and the attacking midfielder made an impressive debut as a young Celtic side won 3-1 away to Inverness Caley Thistle at the start of February.
Rogic was on loan with Australian A-League side, Melbourne Victory, until the end of season 2013/14. Since returning and overcoming his injury battles, Rogic has featured in the Development Squad's games against St Johnstone and Hamilton.
Rogic was named in the squad for Celtic's games with Aberdeen and St Johnstone.
During the Celts' pre-season ties, Rogic caught the eye with an impressive piece of skill against Den Bosch.
The Hoops' No18 would bring his fine form into the domestic league when he capped his first start in over a year with a goal against Partick Thistle.
He added his second goal of the season, and his first at Celtic Park, with a neat finish against St Johnstone.
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