Celtic's promising striker Paul McGowan has signed a new two-year contract with the Parkhead outfit.
The 22-year-old has made four SPL appearances this season without scoring, while he is yet to feature following Tony Mowbray's sacking.
McGowan played in Wednesday's 2-1 friendly defeat to AZ Alkmaar and the ex-Hamilton loanee is pleased his future has been resolved.
The striker is keen to continue his education with the SPL giants and has no problems with whoever is named Mowbray's long-term successor in the summer, with Neil Lennon currently at the helm.
"I have signed a new contract for two years on Wednesday there, so I was delighted to get that sorted," explained McGowan.
"I worked with Neil before and got on with him well. Obviously, Tony Mowbray was starting to take a liking to me and then the sacking came, but that's football.
"I was in a no-win situation. I am not 23 yet. If I knock the offer back, somebody has got to come in and pay X amount of compensation and there's no money going about in the game.
"But that is not a problem. I was delighted to sign and I am confident in myself whatever manager comes in."