Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska is keen to hold talks with the club's management in order to decide his Parkhead future.
Zaluska began the last campaign as first-choice at Celtic Park following the departure of Artur Boruc but quickly fell behind on-loan Newcastle shot-stopper Fraser Forster in the pecking order.
The 28-year-old, whose contract expires in 2012, has since been linked with a summer move back to former club Legia Warsaw in order to find first-team football.
"My agent will soon fly to Scotland to talk about the situation with my Celtic contract," said Zaluska.
"My current contract expires next year. I have heard from Polish colleagues about Legia's interest but nobody from the club has called me.
"It may be because I recently returned from a holiday in Dubai and my phone was turned off."