Freddie Ljungberg has been over the course before and his experience could pay dividends if he can force his way back into the first team squad Freddie Ljungberg has still a big part to play for Celtic - according the Johan Mjallby - if he can show manager Neil Lennon that he can fit into his plans. The Swede has been blighted by injury since his arrival at Parkhead in December last year. This has stopped him from making the impact the Hoops had hoped for when he signed The winger is now fit and ready for action and assistant manager Mjallby hopes his experience can benefit Celtic in the title run-in. He said: "It's great to have him fully fit and at least we have a chance to pick him if he plays well enough. With his experience and knowledge of the game, he's going to be important for us. It's been a bit stop-start for him and it's been hard for him because every time he's been in contention he has picked up a bit of an injury. He's been disappointed with that. Now he's back and he's got a chance of being picked - but the final say comes from the manager."