Tom Rogic has clarified that he has no intentions of leaving Celtic despite reports linking him with a move away from Celtic.
Speaking to the official website, he said:
I know there was a story today suggesting that I want to leave Celtic. This is simply not the case at all.
I am really enjoying my time at Celtic and I am proud to be part of such a great football club.
I want to extend my contract with Celtic. I am speaking to the Club just now and hopefully this will be agreed very soon.
Earlier today, reports suggested that talks between Tom Rogic and Celtic over a new contract have stalled as he looks set to opt out of a new deal in favour of a move away from Glasgow.
He has been left of out the squad the last two games following first game against Ross County since his recovery from an ankle injury he sustained against Hamilton in January.
Rogic has only come into the Celtic team this season having struggled with injuries since his arrival in 2013 and going out on loan on two occasions to Australia.
Thigh and knee injuries have forced him to miss large parts of Celtic’s season and forced him to get an operation in September 2014.
His surge in form this season has seen him force his way back into the plans of the Australian national team.
The 23-year-old has made just 44 appearances for Celtic, 29 of which have come this season including five of his seven goals in the Hoops jersey.