Celtic midfielder Scott Brown has revealed he will agree a new deal in the “next couple of weeks”, which is fantastic news to sbothai the supporters and manager Brendan Rodgers. The 33-year-old’s existing contract expires next summer but he will be extending his stay at Parkhead after holding talks with the club before the sbothai international break. Brown said to STV: “Me and the club we are speaking. There is no problem between myself and the club. They know I’m going to sign. There (are) no issues whatsoever. It’s just a matter of time for us to get it done. “We first started talking just before international break. It will be done in next couple of weeks hopefully. I still feel I’ve got a good few years left in me. That will be part of the discussion. I think two or three years easily. I feel fit and I feel good.” Signed from Hibernian in 2007, the Scotland international has gone on to make 478 appearances in all sbothaicompetitions, scoring and creating 95 goals. The central-midfielder has won eight Scottish Premiership titles, four Scottish Cups and five Scottish League Cups during his 11 years at Parkhead and could add to his trophy cabinet this season.