Former Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama has denied rumors linking him with a return to Celtic.


Wanyama spent three years with the Scottish giants between 2011 and 2013 and there were reports that he would consider returning to the club after he admitted that they had a special place in his heart.


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But as quoted by TVA Sports, the combative midfielder have no plans of leaving Major League Soccer as he plans to remain with Montreal Impact for another season.


“I still have a contract here, I love the club and I just want to focus on our task. I will be here next season too,” he said.


“We are happy to have another chance (of reaching the CONCACAF Champions League). Plus, it’s great to be able to play in the Champions League against Latin American teams. I believe that if we go back, we will be able to do better because we have the experience compared to the last time.”


Wanyama has a Canadian Championship final against Toronto FC to look forward to and if Montreal wins that, they’ll book their place in the Concacaf Champions League – a competition Wanyama is eager to play in.


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