BARRY Douglas has extended his stay at Polish side Lech Poznan despite reported interest from Celtic.
Polish publication Przeglad Sportowy is reporting that the former Dundee United defender, who signed a two-year deal with the Ekstraklasa outfit in May 2013.
Douglas has performed well for Lech Poznan, chipping in with a handful of goals and numerous assists.
When he signed the contract in May 2013, the club included a clause allowing them the option to extend his contract by a year, which they have activated.
The newspaper suggests the Lech Poznan’s coaching staff are ‘satisfied’ with Douglas’s form.
The Glasgow-born left back was watched by Celtic scouts in Lech Poznan’s 2-1 win over Legia Warsaw last month, in which Douglas netted a goal from a free kick.
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