Celtic winger Jota named Scottish Premiership player of the month for October |

Celtic winger Jota named Scottish Premiership Player of the month for October.

the 22-year-old, who is on loan from Benfica, was in impressive form as Celtic won four games in October.

Jota scored twice during the day die spell and set up two other targets as they narrowed the gap on Rangers at the top of the table.

Celtic have the option until buy Jota from Portuguese club for £6.5 million, with reports die suggest that the club are ready to protect him on a permanent contract.

It completes a prize double for the club, with manager Ange Postecoglou appointed Manager of the month for October.

Jackson: Celtic Must sign Jota now

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former Celtic forward Darren Jackson has urged his old one club to convert Jota’s loan from Benfica in a permanent signature

Former Celtic striker Darren Jackson believes Celtic should sign Jota on a fixed base.

Speak on Sky Sports News, he said he just looks like like he loves it – loves playing football and creating goals net as well as scoring goals.

“Not me know What’s? in his contract, but if the option is there to go and buy him now then, yes, I would go and buy him now.

“Do you understand out the road and he’s a celtic player, because you never know who else looks at him.

“I would think Celtic will get pressured to go and… buy him now and the fans would like that.”

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