Charlie Mulgrew has pledged his future to Celtic, signing a new four-year deal with the Parkhead club.
Mulgrew, who was named as last season's Player of the year, has been a key figure in the Celtic team under manager Neil Lennon and has been rewarded with a new contract that runs until the summer of 2016.
The 26-year old was a product of Celtic's youth system but initially failed to win a first-team place at the club, moving to Dundee United on loan before signing for Wolves in 2008
A spell at Southend was followed by a move to Aberdeen and Mulgrew returned to Celtic in 2010, going on to make 92 appearances in green and white.
Mulgrew told Celtic's official website that he was delighted to sign his new deal and looked forward to delivering success on the park.
“It’s good to get it signed and focus only on the football," he said. "Last year was a good one for me. I’ve been happy to be back. Things have been going well for me so hopefully that can continue.
“All the players here now understand what this club is all about, and for me, growing up as a Celtic fan, I understand fully what the fans expect here and hopefully we can deliver that.
“All the boys have a big drive and they’ve been here long enough to understand what the club is all about. It’s a massive club and there is a big pressure here, week in and week out, but everybody’s happy here.
“That’s what you’ve got to do at a club like Celtic – the fans expect things, they expect you to win games, so I know the expectation levels here and hopefully we can continue doing well and winning games for Celtic."