Celtic fans have been leaving tributes in their droves ahead of captain Scott Brown's final home game for the club on Wednesday night.

Supporters were allowed to hand over flags and shirts adorned with messages of thanks for the 35-year-old.

Brown is calling time on a 14-year career in Glasgow's east end to join Stephen Glass' new look Aberdeen side as a player-coach, as he joins the new manager and assistant Allan Russell.

Glass insists his marquee signing will focus on playing for the time being with plenty of years ahead of him to turn his attentions to the other part of his role.

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But before that time comes there's a final bow at Parkhead against St Johnstone.

And though there won't be any fans present to give him a final farewell, the club is collecting items to display around the ground so Brown knows how much he'll be missed.

Supporters were summoned from 10am on Saturday and within hours staff had begun to drape the tributes around seats in the front rows of the ground.

Tributes to departing Celtic captain Scott Brown are left at Celtic Park
Fans left tributes calling Brown a Celtic 'legend'

One word featured prominently among the handwritten messages: "Legend."

In his time at Celtic, Brown won 10 Scottish Premiership titles along with six Scottish Cups and League Cups apiece.