Grzegorz Sandomierski is determined to secure a switch to Celtic and follow in the footsteps of fellow Pole Artur Boruc.
The SPL giants remain in the market for a new goalkeeper, with Neil Lennon having spent much of the summer casting an eye over several targets.
He is believed to be keen on Jagiellonia Bialystok shot-stopper Sandomierski, with scouts having been sent to watch him in action over the weekend.
Two offers from the Bhoys are reported to have already been knocked back, but a deal could still happen.
Sandomierski is hoping an agreement can be reached, as he admits he has set his heart on making a move to Parkhead.
The 21-year-old Poland international said in the Daily Record: "Artur is a legend at this club and I couldn't even dream of coming close to matching his status there.
"I can't be compared to him and I wouldn't want to be because everyone wants to make their own mark.
"But I hope everything will be sorted out soon. I am still getting conflicting information about this transfer.
"What I know is that the first offer from Scotland was rejected by Jagiellonia last week and I don't know if they will accept another offer. I have to admit that I don't know my future - it's getting a bit ridiculous.
"I get linked with clubs all the time but I never seem to move."