Wanyama, who was a target of a host of European clubs during the past transfer window, admits he has made great improvement since joining the Scottish giants
By Dennis Mabuka
Wanyama, who joined Celtic from Belgian side Beerschot, has had a productive season for the Bhoys in both the domestic and European arenas this season.
“It´s always good to play well and get the praise but I just keep it to myself and try to work hard,” Wanyama told the club’s official website.
“The more games I play, the more I learn, so I need more games to get better and better. I will just keep working as I have been doing. I think I have improved much. I have played a lot of games and the European games have helped a lot as well.”
“I know what I want, and as a player I just try and be myself. In time, I believe you get to what you want to be. At the moment, I want to be here. Right now, I am a Celtic player and am happy.”
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has regularly sung Wanyama´s praises this season, and this just motivates the 21-year-old to repay him and the supporters with further good performances.
“It shows me that the manager believes and I need to pay him back by giving him good performances," he added. "I just want to impress him and our fans.”
The Kenyan was among players who dominated the last transfer window with top European clubs among the Manchester United, Arsenal, Fulham and Manchester City eyeing his signature.