New Hoops deal for Caddis

Celtic full-back Paul Caddis has signed a one-year contract extension with the Parkhead club.

The Scotland Under-21 captain had recently spoken of his frustration at his lack of first-team action under Tony Mowbray.

But he has agreed to extend his stay at Celtic Park beyond the end of the season.

“I’m very pleased to agree this new contract with the club,” the right-back told www.celticfc.net.

“I have really enjoyed my time so far at Celtic and have been fortunate to make a number of appearances already in the first team.

“This is now something I want to build on and I’m committed to doing all I can to work hard and ensure that I can feature more and more.”

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