Diomansy Kamara insists he wants to make his switch to Celtic a permanent one.
The Fulham striker joined the Bhoys in January on loan until the end of the season.
It had been suggested that, following Tony Mowbray's sacking, Kamara would want to return to England.
But he insists that he would happily stay on at the club under interim boss Neil Lennon.
"Leaving Celtic is not in my plan. This is a massive club that I have a lot of respect for," he told the club's official website.
"I started well here and scored some goals. I am still playing with good players in a good team.
"I have been so impressed with the club and the supporters and I am still enjoying my time here. My only problem has been this injury.
"I am sad that Tony Mowbray left as I have a lot of respect for him, but this is football.
"I hope to stay at Celtic as I have been so impressed by this club and I think we can do some good things in the future and I would like to be part of it."