Neil Lennon confident Joe Ledley will accept improved Celtic contract
The Welsh midfielder's current deal at Parkhead is due to expire in the summer.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon is confident of keeping Joe Ledley at Celtic.
The Welshman is yet to agree to sign a new deal with the Scottish champions, with his current contract due to expire in the summer.
Ledley refused to answer questions on his future with the club when asked on Thursday but his manager says he has been offered improved terms to stay.
"Obviously Joe is with Wales at the minute and is mulling things over," said the Celtic boss.
"We have made him an offer, Joe is aware of that as is his agent and we are waiting on them.
"He seems happy here, his performance last week will have done his confidence a world of good because he has been a wee bit curtailed this season by injuries.
"We know how good a players he is, that's why we have offered him a new deal.
"My gut feeling is, looking at his body language over the last week or so, I'd like to think he would stay on."
Ledley, 26, arrived in Glasgow in the summer of 2010 on a free transfer from Cardiff City.
He has since made 139 appearances for the club, scoring 27 goals.