The 28-year-old grew up supporting the Parkhead side and rejected interest from English Premier League clubs in order to join his boyhood heroes.
Lennon is impressed with both the player's ability and passion for the club.
He said ahead of the match in Dingwall tomorrow: “Shane will go straight into the squad. It’s a great bit of business by the club and great for the supporters.
“We’ve got a quality player that understands the ethos of the club and it’s important to have players like that in the dressing room.”
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