The Bhoys brought in the 21-year-old from PSG last summer after a season of loan spell with the club and last campaign, the forward ended up scoring 22 goals for Celtic.
And Tommy Coyne feels Odsonne Edouard could be the game-changer for Neil Lennon when the manager takes his side across Glasgow to the Ibrox on Sunday.
“I think he’s[Odsonne Edouard] fantastic,” Coyne said.
“For someone who is so young…I went to Celtic at 27 and I felt the pressure then, but at 19-20 years of age, he must have ice in his veins.
“His hold-up play is fantastic and I think it’s improving since Neil (Lennon) has come in. I think it is suiting him better, he gets more of the ball, and I think he is going to turn into a fantastic player.
“Any player in the Celtic team playing with such confidence and doing well week in, week out, is always going to go to somebody in England and Europe, it’s just a matter of time.
“If the money is right for the club then he will be sold, but until that case I don’t think Celtic will sell him.”
Coyne has also claimed that Celtic have grown immune to the pressure of winning hence all the onus will be on Rangers to come up with the goods.
“Celtic have been dealing with that pressure for the last eight seasons when they have had to win the title, so I don’t see any more pressure on Celtic,” he added.
“I think all the pressure is on Rangers really. Rangers have started well but it’s about keeping it going throughout the season. Celtic have been over the course and distance and they know how to do it.
“I don’t have any doubts that Rangers will be better but it’s having that consistency that Celtic have got and have had for the last eight years.
“Rangers will give it their best shot but I still think Celtic will have the better squad for the remainder of the season and go on to win the title.”