Celtic outcast Kundai Benyu insists he'd 'consider' a permanent stay in Sweden after failing to make a breakthrough at Parkhead.

Zimbabwe international Benyu has been on loan at Henrik Larsson's Helsingborgs since February and has made eight appearances for the Swedish outfit - scoring one goal.

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Benyu, 21, has only managed four Hoops appearances and struggled for minutes under Brendan Rodgers, despite being signed on a four-year deal.

And, after recently receiving high praise from Helsingborgs gaffer and Celtic legend Larsson, Benyu admits he'd seriously look at staying put at a club where he feels "at home".

Speaking to Expressen, Benyu said: "I haven't heard anything or had any conversations about [my future] yet, but we'll take it when it comes. 

"Had the contract expired now and you had asked me today, I would have definitely considered staying. 

"I feel good here, develop as a player and feel like part of the team".