Victor Wanyama wants to commit his long-term future to Celtic
The Kenyan midfielder's agent is in talks over extending his deal at Parkhead.
Victor Wanyama wants to commit his future to Celtic, saying he can think of nowhere better to play football.
The Kenyan midfielder was linked with a move south in the summer, one year on from moving to Glasgow from Belgian side Beerschot AC.
Reports back in his homeland earlier this month said the club were entering discussions to extend his current deal, which expires in 2015, and Wanyama says he is determined to stay.
"I leave these things for the club and my agent but I’m really happy here and looking forward to staying for as many years as I can," Wanyama is quoted as saying in the Daily Record. "All I do is concentrate on the football.
"Celtic are a big club and we are in the Champions League so I don’t think there is anywhere better."
Wanyama experienced a big European night at Celtic Park for the first time last week, as the club returned to the competition's group stages with a 0-0 draw against Benfica.
He added: "Playing in Europe is a bonus for us and it is easier to be seen all around the world because they are watching the Champions League. You cannot get a greater atmosphere than here at Celtic so it’s perfect.
"Before the Benfica game was unreal. Standing in front of a 60,000 crowd and knowing it was live on television was great.
"The excitement gives you more energy to keep on going."