On-loan midfielder Landry N'Guemo has urged Celtic to make a quick decision about his future.
The Cameroon international is hoping to know before he heads off to this summer's World Cup whether he has a future at Parkhead.
Celtic have a £2million first option on the Nancy player, who has made 43 appearances for the them this season.
"I've really settled into life in Scotland and I hope I haven't played my last game for Celtic," he told the Daily Record.
"I want to be here again next season and while there have been some discussions, it hasn't yet been sorted out. I want to play in Scotland and I want to play for Celtic.
"There are other options but the clearest thing for me would be to settle things with Celtic before the World Cup.
"I don't know when the Cameroon squad meets up or even if I'm in it yet but if I am then I would like to go to the World Cup knowing my future with Celtic is sorted."