Brendan Rodgers’ side have not been beaten in the last 64 matches domestically and Gordon, who has played a major part in that run, wants to keep that run going for as long as possible.
The 34-year-old is aware that he is on course to become one of the most successful keepers that have been at the club but he hopes there is still more to come.
“I’ve played almost all of my life and, now I’m getting towards the end, you start to look at these things,” Gordon told the Evening Times.
“It does start to mean something.
“Being the third Scotland goalie to reach 50 caps was special. It’s now seven honours with Celtic and I want more.
“I’ve got two more years after this and I want to be playing in the team and getting as many as I can because it is so close now.”