CELTIC ARE said to be disappointed with Liam Scales lack of opportunities with the Republic of Ireland during the latest international break.
Scales managed to get a dream move to Glasgow club Celtic last summer. The former Shamrock Rovers man replaced Swansea City defender Ryan Manning in Stephen Kenny's squad for the game against Azerbaijan.
Scales did even make the bench in Baku as Ireland ran out 3-0 winners in the tie. Scales has however been capped six times with the U21 squad, but remains to get one for the senior side
The Qatar game was much of the same for Scales and Celtic were not impressed with Ireland's decision.
The Parkhead side are said to be 'unimpressed' with how their summer import has been treated over the international break, according to Extra.IE.
Former Celtic defender Shane Duffy scored in Tuesday's friendly but Ireland won't be going to the winter's major tournament next year.
There is no indication that Celtic will select Scales for Lennoxtown ahead of this weekend's trip to Motherwell.
His last appearance was against Raith Rovers in the League Cup since arriving from his native Ireland.