In January, Musonda made the move to Glasgow after penning an 18-month loan deal from Chelsea, and the youngster has already been given three starts and three substitute appearances by boss Brendan Rodgers.
However, while being given the opportunity to play first-team football, Musonda is delighted to be at a team who frequently challenge for trophies north of the border.
The 21-year-old is quoted by Sky Sports News as saying: "It would be unbelievable to win my first trophy at Celtic. That's why I'm here. This is a club that constantly deals with the pressure to win trophies. To be a part of that would be fantastic. It would be an amazing experience, especially at a young age.
"You want to be able to be part of a winning team and have the chance to win trophies is an exciting position to be in, so hopefully we can win trophies this year. I'd be very happy to achieve that and I'll be very proud to be part of a club that wins trophies."
Celtic currently sit seven points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership table, while the club have also reached the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.