ROD Stewart delivered a special gift to a Glasgow pub he visited for the tenth time in 18 months.

The legendary singer, 78, visited Murphy's Irish Bar on Bell Street last Wednesday before attending the Celtic game at Parkhead.

In a kind gesture to the staff, he gave them a bottle of his own whisky Wolfie's which he signed with his autograph.

Staff shared their appreciation for the Maggie May singer's gift.

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A spokesperson wrote: "A big thanks to our celebrity barman for popping in again before the St. Mirren game at Paradise last week.

"An even bigger thanks for bringing a bottle of his new Wolfie’s whisky, signed, sealed and delivered by the man himself.

"It’s fantastic - according to him. Ten visits in 18 months. I think it’s fair to say, Rod Stewart is part of The Murphy’s family."

The pub is popular with Celtic fans including Stewart and he has been seen there numerous times.

He autographed a Celtic drum for the team during a visit last April, and he celebrated his team's win against Rangers there back in February.