Cameron Carter-Vickers gives nine-word answer about Celtic transfer after Tottenham deal ends
Cameron Carter-Vickers has indicated he will see what happens in regards to a permanent move to Celtic after his loan deal from Tottenham came to an end. Moving to Celtic Park on the final day of the summer transfer window, the centre-back has played an integral role in Ange Postecoglou's team reclaiming the league title back off Rangers.
A regular in defence for Celtic as he played the full 90 minutes in 33 league games, Carter-Vickers made 45 appearances in total for the Scottish giants, scoring four goals and registering one assist in the process. Making such an impact north of the border, Celtic fans are desperate for the player to return to the club next season.
Celtic do have an option to buy him in their agreement with Spurs, which football.london understands is around £6million up front with potential add-ons that could make it £10million in all eventually. Having finally got his hands on the league title on Saturday as the Scottish season came to an end, Carter-Vickers was asked about what comes next for him.
"I'm just enjoying today at the moment. We'll see," he told Sky Sports (via Football Scotland).
When pressed about the title celebrations and Celtic's season, he added: "It's hard to sum up. It's been a special season and this is a special day for all the boys, our families, all the fans. We're loving every minute of it.
"Mathematically we were champions on Wednesday but we've come out today in front of our fans and put on a show because they've been great for us all season. I've enjoyed every minute of it. From day one I've come in and the boys have been great, the manager was great with me and I've been loving every minute."