Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska has signed a new three-year deal at the club.
The Polish shot-stopper, who joined the Bhoys from Dundee United in 2009, has moved to end speculation over his future by agreeing to extend his stay at Parkhead until 2015.
The 29-year-old has found himself playing back-up to Fraser Forster for the last two seasons, but insists he is happy to stay at Celtic.
"I have become a Celtic supporter, I love this club and I feel so good here," Zaluska told Celtic View.
"Of course I'm not happy being number two, I want to be playing all the time, but Scotland is my second home now.
"You play football to win trophies and Celtic is a great place to be if you want to do that. That's why I decided to stay here.
"Sometimes players play in the Premier League for 10 years and never win anything. At Celtic we have the chance to play in Europe every year.
"When my friends came to visit me for the first time they experienced the atmosphere inside the stadium and realised how big a club it is. I'm really proud to be a part of this team.
"I played for a few clubs in Poland and you can not compare them to Celtic. Even Dundee United, it's a nice club but it is quite small - everyone in the world knows about Celtic.
"There is a great training ground, great stadium, great supporters, the lads in the team are really friendly and I enjoy every single day at this club.
"It has probably been the best few years of my football career. I'm coming to the best years for a goalkeeper and I want to give them to Celtic."