Hibs boss John Collins has revealed that the club has entered talks with classy French midfielder Guillaume Beuzelin about an extension to his current contract.
The 28-year-old's current contract runs out at the end of this season and Collins is keen to extend the midfielders stay in Edinburgh.
"Boozy" joined Hibs in 2004 as then manager Tony Mowbray's first signing as manager on a free transfer from French side Le Harve.
Boozy has went on to play in European competition for the first time and get his hands on his first winners medal as part of the Hibs side that won the Scottish League Cup last season, since arriving at Easter Road.
The Hibs boss said:
"Boozy's contract is up at the end of the season and we'd like him to sign again - that, of course, goes without saying.
"I believe talks have begun on that but there's no indications yet what will happen."
Excellent news, let's hope Hibs can get him tied to a decent contract so that we can keep on enjoying the Frenchman's ability on the ball.
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