Cameron Carter-Vickers has committed his future to Celtic.

The 26-year-old has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract to remain at Celtic Park until the summer of 2029.

The American international has impressed greatly during his time in Glasgow. He initially joined on a season-long loan from Tottenham in 2021 under Ange Postecoglou.

However, a year later this was turned into a permanent transfer, with the club tying him down on a four-year deal.

His form has led to interest in his services though, and so, Celtic have made the move to improve his terms and get him on a longer deal.

Currently out with a hamstring injury, to date, Carter-Vickers has made 101 appearances for the Hoops. 

He has already won five trophies during his time in Scotland, including two Premiership titles, two League Cups and the Scottish Cup.

“I am really delighted to sign this new contract with Celtic," the centre-back said. "I have loved everything about the club from day one and I am so pleased to have been part of some real successful times across the last few years.

"You always play the game to win, and being part of some great winning moments with Celtic has been really big for me, a real honour.

“I have had a great welcome and support from the Celtic fans ever since I came here.

“We all know the love and passion our fans have for the club, there is nothing better than playing at a packed Celtic Park and I am delighted to be playing my football here.

“I have really enjoyed working with the Manager, the staff and great teammates and we will all be doing everything we can to bring our fans more and more success over the next few years.”

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Brendan Rodgers added: “This is great news for us all that Cameron has extended his contract with the club. 

“He has been an absolute rock for us since he joined the club and has played to such a high standard so regularly, week in, week out.

“He has been such a pillar of strength in our defence and a real leader in the team – I know he is held in such high regard, too, by his teammates.

His qualities as a player, his personality and his absolute commitment to the game make him a real joy to work with.

“I know Cam loves the club and the city and really has made Celtic his home and we are delighted to have him here with us.

“There has been a lot of talk about the interest in him from elsewhere, but all he has done is get on with his football, decide where he wants to be and we are delighted that he sees his future at Celtic.”