Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has been speaking to the Australian press and has dismissed any talk around an imminent Parkhead exit.
Along with Celtic officials, the former Socceroos boss has made the long journey down under to promote the Scottish champions upcoming tournament in the Sydney Super Cup.
It will be a proud moment for Postecoglou as he takes his Celtic side back to his homeland where a huge Celtic support exists.
With full focus on the next batch of matches which includes four Champions League games that will decide Celtic’s fate in the group, Postecoglou said an exit isn’t even on his radar despite the rumoured interest from English Premier League clubs.
With domestic success last season, Postecoglou was linked with the vacant role at Brighton before the appointment of Roberto De Zerbi.
The Hoops had a strong start to the season despite a poor result in their last outing which has meant that Celtic’s cushion at the top of the table isn’t as comfortable but there is plenty of games still to be played with Celtic set to play 13 games in 43 days during October and early November before the World Cup begins.
“It’s not really on my radar (Leicester interest). It’s a bit like our players, I keep saying to them that if they do what they do well, all this other stuff takes care of itself, whatever their ambitions or my ambitions may be,” said Ange Postecoglou speaking to Fox Sports.
“My ambition’s always been the same wherever I’ve been, to be as successful as I can. I’ve charted a course that’s got me to where I am today, I’ve just tried to do it to the best of my ability and opportunities arise from there.
“Right now, I’m at a massive football club, mate. I’m living the dream, I’m enjoying every minute of it, and I’m determined to bring as much success as I can to it while I’m here.”
It’s great that Postecoglou has been able to return home which he revealed he hasn’t managed to do for a few years but has promised that his Celtic side will put on a show for any fans going along to see Celtic down under.