The agent of Victor Wanyama has suggested that the player is interested in moving on from Celtic.
The Kenyan midfielder enjoyed a fine debut season in the SPL, scoring four goals in 41 appearances.
However, the player's agent, Rob Moore, told the Daily Record that he would like to move on to play in a bigger league.
He said: "Victor is like any other young, talented footballer in that he wants to play at the highest level.
"He has made the club aware that if they receive an offer from one of the big leagues, he would like them to consider it.
"Victor is far from unhappy at Celtic, far from it. He loves the club and everything has been great for him since he moved but should something come in he feels they should listen."
Wanyama joined Celtic from Belgian side Beerschot for a fee of £900,000. He has appeared 19 times for his country, scoring a single goal against Seychelles.
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