Celtic star Kieran Tierney has commented on his long-term future.
Despite being just 20-years old, Tierney has shown tremendous progress as he has gone on to make more than 100 appearances for the Hoops and has had the opportunity of captaining the club as well as the Scotland national team.
Tierney has established himself as one of the most highly rated young fullbacks in Europe and has drawn interest from Manchester United.
Celtic fans will certainly be hoping that the youngster commits himself to the club for the long-term especially considering that he will only get better over the coming years.
In an interview with Celtic legend Chris Sutton on BT Sport, when asked whether or not he will be a one club man Tierney replied: “I wouldn’t put it past me. I’ve been at Celtic 13 years, I’ve been happy here all that time and I’ve signed a long term deal.
“Right now I’m very happy where I am, I’m at a team that is successful, we’re winning trophies, I’m developing and it’s great for me, my friends and family for them to see me play for the club we all love.”