Fraser Forster has revealed his agent is in negotiations with Celtic about turning his loan move from Newcastle into a permanent deal.
The goalkeeper is currently on his second loan spell at the club, after playing in every league game for the Bhoys during his spell at Parkhead last season.
This season he has once again been Celtic's number one choice in goal, playing in 23 league games so far.
Forster said: "I think there has been a conversation with my agent and Peter Lawwell (Celtic chief executive) and he and the club need to sit down and have another one.
"It's negotiating and maybe it's a case of waiting until the summer but it will get done. There is plenty of time and I'm not particularly worried about that."
The Celtic shot-stopper is also refusing to start celebrating an SPL title, despite Rangers' 10-point deduction for going into administration leaving the Blue half of Glasgow 14 points behind the Hoops.
He added: "We are just focusing on ourselves and we just need to keep winning games and whatever happens with them (Rangers) happens.
"It's important that we don't take our feet off the gas and show complacency.
"We'd love to win the league and it doesn't matter how we do it.
"It doesn't matter if we play great football or we win ugly. It's just important we get ourselves to that line and cross it."