Grinning Ange Postecoglou has brushed aside speculation that he could leave Celtic for Tottenham this summer. Reports in England suggest the Celtic boss is a 'main candidate' for the vacant role at Spurs after Daniel Levy was snubbed by Feyenoord boss Arne Slot - the latest in a long line of potential bosses to knock back the job at the English giants.
Reports suggest the Australian is well in the running after the Dutch coach raised concern about the model employed by chief Levy in North London - and that Postecoglou was the new frontrunner.
However, the Parkhead boss wasn't having any of the talk of a move south of the border. Asked about consistent speculation linking him with a move to the Premier League if Tottenham talk came into his thinking by Sky Sports, he quipped: "And yet I'm still here.
Listen, it doesn't. "I think anyone that knows me knows that what is important for me is the here and now. I've never planned anything in my football career. "My ambitions right now are to enjoy tomorrow and have a good game and try to win a cup final to have a special year.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk