Victor Wanyama "happy" at Celtic

Victor Wanyama
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Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama says that he is happy at the Scottish champions and wants to score more goals.

Victor Wanyama has insisted that he has no plan to leave Celtic anytime soon.

The Kenyan midfielder has been linked with a move to Manchester United in January following his impressive performance against Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday.

"I am happy at Celtic and satisfied with my performances so far, it won't be in order to speculate about the future," the 21-year-old told Goal.com.

"I believe an appropriate time will come when I'll be able to make a decision on my sporting future.

"My aim at Celtic is to score goals and keep improving every day and I thank God that everything is working out for me well."

Wanyama's current contract with Celtic runs out in June 2015.

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