Und jetzt ist es auch amtlich:Celtic delighted as James Forrest signs new four-year deal
CELTIC Football Club is delighted to announced that James Forrest has signed a new four-year deal that will see him remain at the club until at least the summer of 2023. The 28-year-old has come through the ranks at Celtic, joining the club as a nine-year-old and progressing through the ranks to become a key player in Neil Lennonâ€™s first-team.
It was the Irishman who gave James his first-team debut back in May 2010 when he brought him on as a substitute against Motherwell. Within eight minutes of coming on, James had scored his first Celtic goal. He has since gone on to score a total of 81 goals for the Hoops â€“ including nine already this season â€“ in a total of 369 appearances, while his haul of honours is equally impressive.
To date, he has won eight league titles, five Scottish Cups and four League Cups, and has been an integral part of Celticâ€™s historic Treble Treble success, while he was also named the PFA Scotland Player of the Year for last season.James Forrest: I want to continue bringing success to this club
"Cups are not won by individuals, but by men in a team who put their club before personal prestige." Jock Stein