Celtic defender Jason Denayer's time at the club is coming to an end, for this season at least.
The centre-back has become a key player for the Scottish side, holding down a first team place and winning two trophies, the League Cup and the League title.
Denayer remains under contract to Manchester City, who as reported by The Mail last month, will attempt to integrate him into their first team squad for 2015/16.
The defender played his last game of the season for Celtic at the weekend, and has appeared to say his goodbyes to fans via Twitter, explaining just how highly he considers his time with the club.
The success Denayer has enjoyed this season is likely to have been beyond what he could have imagined, even on a personal level.
He won the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award, and even earned a call-up at international level to the senior Belgium side.
Next season he will have the opportunity to link up with international teammate Vincent Kompany, but if it does not work out at City, Celtic will surely welcome him back with open arms.