Matt O'Riley has signed a new four-year deal at Celtic.

The Danish midfielder has penned new terms to remain at Parkhead until 2027.

The news comes just one day on from Reo Hatate's bumper five-year deal being announced.

O'Riley follows a string of first-team players to commit his future to Celtic after new contracts for Callum McGregor, Anthony Ralston, Liel Abada, Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda.

The 22-year-old - who joined the club from MK Dons in January last year - has made 80 appearances for Celtic to date, scoring 12 goals

“It’s probably hard to put it into a short sentence but I think everybody knows how much I enjoy playing here, especially at Celtic Park because I don’t think you get that anywhere else," O'Riley told Celtic TV.

'I’ve said before that I’m just really grateful to be a part of a club like this and hopefully we can achieve more good things together.'

“I can’t express how much I enjoy playing my football here, genuinely. It’s really nice to feel part of a family of football.

“I think that’s quite rare, in terms of everything we do on and off the pitch, in terms of community work and charities etc… I think it’s unique and to be a part of that is special.

"I think it’s important going into training every day really enjoying the company of your team-mates, being able to have a laugh and being able to push each other as well.

"If you’ve got a good relationship off the pitch, it naturally makes it easier to demand high standards from each other, and right now I think we’ve got a real good balance of youth and experience.

"I’m still pretty young but I’m probably in the middle of that because we’ve got a young team, but that dynamic and balance is really helpful."

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Brendan Rodgers commented: “We are really pleased that Matt has agreed this new contract with the club. 

“As we have seen from recent weeks, Matt is playing some brilliant football, developing in all areas of his game and it is a great time for him at the moment.

'I know he is the kind of player that Celtic fans love and I know that, in turn, he loves it here.'

“Matt has so much to his game but always wants to learn, develop and grow further and from that perspective, together with the inherent talent he has, he really is a joy to coach and work with.

“I am delighted that he has signed his new deal and I am sure he will continue to make a massive contribution to the Club going forward.”