Celtic’s Kundai Benyu is open to staying at Helsingborgs beyond the end of his current season-long loan spell.
The Zimbabwe U23 midfielder moved to Sweden in February after a difficult time in Scotland, managing just two appearances in the first-team.
He has made eight league appearances for his current side and recently bagged his first goal at the club.
Speaking to Swedish newspaper Expressen, Benyu suggested that his loan spell is leaving him wondering whether he could look to secure a longer stay.
“I haven’t heard anything or had any conversations about it yet, but we’ll take it when it comes,” he told the publication when asked about his future.
“Had the contract expired now and you had asked me today, I would have definitely considered staying. I feel good here, developing as a player and feel like part of the team.”
Benyu still has two more years on his Celtic contract after signing a four-year deal in 2017.