Tom Rogic says he's still discussing a new deal with Celtic, having recently been linked with Leeds United.
Celtic playmaker Tom Rogic has been quoted by the Daily Mail as saying that he is still discussing a new deal, with no new contract seemingly imminent.
Rogic, 23, joined Celtic from Central Coast Mariners in January 2013, but in his first two-and-a-half years at Celtic Park, the midfielder managed just 15 appearances having been ravaged by a host of injuries.
This season though, things have been different for Rogic. The Australian has hit eight goals in all competitions from midfield, including a stunning last-gasp long range strike to beat Kilmarnock 1-0 last weekend.
Now playing the best football sine arriving in Glasgow more than three years ago, Rogic is becoming a key part of Ronny Deila's setup, but confusion surrounds his future with the club.
The Scottish Sun recently reported that contract talks with Rogic - whose current deal expires in the summer of 2017 - had stalled, with the player keen to make a move to England, as Leeds United wanted to land him during the January transfer window, as reported by the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Worryingly, Rogic admitted to the Daily Record as far back as November that discussions had started about his contract, but more than four months on, no progress has been made.
The Daily Mail are now carrying quotes from Rogic stating that there is no deal yet, and talks are still being held - but he suggested that he wants to stay with the Bhoys are such an impressive season so far.
"We're still speaking to the club," said Rogic. "Hopefully we can agree to something sooner rather than later because I'm happy there," he added.
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