Ange Postecoglou says he is “not worried” about speculation over a move to the Premier League.
The Celtic head coach has enjoyed real success since joining Parkhead, guiding the club to the Scottish title in his first season at the club.
Already this season, the Australian boss has been linked with a move to Brighton, while former Celtic man Paul Slane has named him as a potential replacement for Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.
However, according to Postecoglou himself, he takes talking about his future with a big pinch of salt.
Speaking to the press, he said: “It’s fair to say that speculation around my future has been with me since day one, you know, for different reasons!
“For me, I don’t worry about that kind of stuff. It doesn’t really fit into my brain space.
“I take on every job I have and every challenge to try to make the football club as good as possible and that has always been my total goal.
“If I was starting to think about the speculation that’s out there now that I could potentially move on to who knows where, then I would have been worried at first when people were saying I wouldn’t last too long.
“I keep telling players, live in the moment. The present is the most important moment because the past you can’t change and the future you can’t control.