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Aaron Mooy 'worthy' of legendary Celtic nickname as Kris Commons points to key lesson amid eye-catching form

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Impressed Kris Commons believes Aaron Mooy's brilliant Celtic form is a timely reminder to allow players time to settle at Parkhead.The 32-year-old has emerged as a key man under Ange Postecoglou and has now established himself as a regular starter with his goals, key passes and ability to control games earning adulation among the Parkhead fanbase.

Commons reckons the St Mirren man is reaping the rewards of his manager's uncanny knack of getting the best out of his players.And the former Celtic star was seriously impressed once again as Mooy added to his burgeoning reputation with a delightful finish as the champions maintained their nine-point lead over Rangers with a comprehensive 4-1 win over St Johnstone.

Speaking in his Daily Mail column, he said: "Mooy has come back from the tournament in Qatar like a player reborn. He's been a midfield maestro for Postecoglou's side over recent weeks.

Masterful with his use of the ball, he's also capable of magical little touches like the lovely dinked finish against St Johnstone in Perth yesterday."He's now got six goals in his last nine games in a run which stretches back to late December.

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