Belgian outfit, KV Mechelen have said they have no plans to send Ukrainian Celtic winger Marian Shved, back to Glasgow after what had been a tough spell this season.
As quoted by the Daily Record, the Sporting director at Mechelen, Tom Kaluve the player has recently had talks with him and the manager and they believe there is still the possibility of him coming good.
“We had a conversation with the player and the manager together. We will try to do everything so that Marian becomes the player in Mechelen that he was in Ukraine before.
“He is a very talented football player and a good guy. It cannot be called problematic at all.
“We have already seen a reaction from him in training. I am confident that he will become an important player for us for the rest of the season.”
This comes after the boss at the Belgian club was heavily critical of Shved in his first few months at the club having failed to make an impact.
It sounded like a very similar situation to his time in Glasgow with the Ukrainian failing to settle here which effected his game time, as he was barely seen in Neil Lennon’s side.
In recent weeks he has remained on the bench for KV Mechelen in their league fixtures but after these talks, it may not be too long before he is back in action once again.
There is clearly a talented player in there, it’s just about whether you can get that out of him.