Isaacs told Goal.com that he is a professional and has moved on with his life and would love to honour the faith and contract with Celtic.
“I have moved on. There are no hard feelings now with regard to Chiefs. I am happy where I am and I would most definitely love to do well and appreciate my contract with Celtic,” said Isaacs.
The player said that losing six games is disappointing, but is optimistic with their style of football.
“It is disappointing, but anyone who knows football will tell you that we are playing good football. We just need to continue fighting and eventually something good will come up,” he said.
Despite the fact that he scored an own goal against his former team, which saw Celtic being out of the Nedbank Cup, the defender said he has put all that in the past and is now focusing on the remaining matches.
“There is no player that plans own goals, but it was just a mistake and I have forgiven myself and moved on,” he said.