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Celtic 'keeper Boruc plays down transfer talk

Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc has revealed he would consider signing a new contract at the club.

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Boruc, who this week was omitted from the Poland squad for the World Cup double-header with the Czech Republic and Slovakia, still has almost two years left on his existing deal.

The 29-year-old has been linked with moves away in the past, including to the likes of AC Milan and Arsenal. But he insists he is happy at Celtic, saying: ''It is a great club to play for. Everybody knows how passionate the supporters and players are to win the league, so it is really good to be here. I am still really enjoying it.

Asked about a possible transfer, he added: ''I don't know. We will see. I am not thinking about changing clubs. I am quite focused on Celtic just now. If they were to come up with a new contract, I would think about that.''

Boruc suffered a major dip in form for both club and country last season as his personal life became headline news.

He said: ''I am not a machine. Everyone makes mistakes and I am the same. But this is a new season, and I don't want to look back to the last one. I don't even want to mention it.''

The keeper has shown few signs this term of the errors which blighted his game.

He said: ''I can feel my form getting better, but it is not the best I can do. I still have some work to go. We will see what happens in the next few weeks.''

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