Gary Caldwell says he would love to end his career at Celtic and has invited the club to offer him a new deal.
The Scotland international has just one year to run on his current deal at Parkhead and he is keen on earning an extension.
The former Newcastle and Hibernian man admits he would have no problem pledging the rest of his career to the Scottish champions.
Plans"If I was to stay at Celtic all of my professional life I would think that was great," Caldwell told the Daily Record.
"The situation is out of my control and it's up to other people to decide but I don't want to be anywhere else.
"If Celtic want me for longer they'll come and discuss a new contract.
"The truth of the matter is contracts mean nothing in terms of their length.
"But I'm with a club that is huge in European and even world terms.
"I love working with the manager and I'd like to think we can have more of the success the club has enjoyed the last two years."