Celtic keeper Artur Boruc has vowed to return to the club when he has retired from football and join the fans cheering on the team. The 29 year old Poland international Poland international was recently honoured by Celtic supporters with a tribute dinner in Glasgow.
"I feel proud to have represented Celtic for so many years," Boruc told the club's official website.
"Some people don't realise just how big a club it is and how much it means to people.
"Joining Celtic has had a massive impact on my own life as well. It has changed my life in so many ways.
"A lot has happened in the last years and I will always have a strong connection with the club.
"Celtic is now a part of me. I look upon myself as a Celtic supporter.
"Before I signed, I thought Legia was the only club in the world for me, but coming to Celtic has changed all that.
"The people who know me back home in Poland can't believe the way I feel about Celtic.
"It's even had an impact on all of my friends - they look for the Celtic score every week.
"Celtic mean a lot to me and I look forward to coming back to watch the team when I am an old man.
"I will travel to an away game, have a few drinks with the fans and then cheer on the team in the stands.
"I would love that. It would be really nice."