Oliver Burke insists a loan move to Celtic was a no-brainer after Brendan Rodgers promised to revive his flagging career. The Scotland winger became the first signing of the January window for the Parkhead club after putting pen to paper on a six-month deal. And PSG striker Timothy Weah quickly became the second after he, too, joined Celtic on loan until the end of the season. Sportsmail understands Ivory Coast striker Vakoun Issouf Bayo is also poised to complete a £2million move, subject to the granting of a work permit. Signed for transfer fees totalling £28m in the last two years, 21-year-old Burke has struggled to secure first-team starts at West Brom and believes Rodgers can help him return to form. 'I was looking to go out on loan and get a club which could really develop me and play as many games as I can,' he said. 'I spoke to the gaffer Brendan and, instantly, he had a massive influence on me coming here. It's a superb opportunity, and being out at the training camp is a real bonus as I will get to know the team and get used to the environment at Celtic, so it was a no-brainer for me. 'As soon as I found out about Celtic's interest, I was really buzzing. I had options but the only choice in my head was Celtic. It's a real privilege to be here and I'm looking forward to playing. This is something I had to take on straight away. I had a chat with the manager and I had no hesitation. 'I know I can develop under him. He's proven he can improve players. I'll give 100 per cent and I don't see why this move can't further my career. It will make it better.' Burke flew straight to the United Arab Emirates to join the Celtic squad as soon as a loan was tied up on Saturday morning. 'It's an exciting time,' added the former RB Leipzig star. 'I'm happy to be here and excited to now kick on. 'I had my first training session today and really enjoyed it. I know a lot of the boys already, which helps. They are a great bunch of lads. That makes it easier to come in. I know more than a few faces, so it was nice to see them again. I'm just delighted to be here. 'I've been dropping in and out of teams, so I want to get back to my Nottingham Forest days, when was when I was at my best. 'I need to be learning and I feel I'm under the right manager now to learn every day and get the best out of me. I believe Brendan can do that. 'He's very famous for it - and I'm ready to work and push on.'