Moussa Dembele says it is his plan to remain at Celtic for the rest of the season but admits that “the plan can change”.
The striker has been linked with a host of clubs in the past – including Manchester United, Chelsea and Brighton – following a number of brilliant displays.
Celtic are currently five points clear from Rangers in the Scottish Premiership with a game in hand, while they are also in the Europa League last-32 following their exit from the Champions League group stages.
The Hoops are reported to value the striker at £25million with Dembele scoring eight goals in 15 appearances in all competitions this campaign.
When asked whether he would be remaining at the club, he replied: “I can say it is part of the plan, but the plan can change.
“As long as I am here I will give 100 per cent but I don’t know until when. I just focus on my football and give my best for the club, and we will see.
“I don’t look at the media or what people are saying about me. I just focus on myself.
“All the talk is not difficult for me. That was the case when I was in France too so I have been used to it.
“I just get my head down and work. I have my agent and my family who take care of that and I focus on my football.
“You have to focus on what you are good at — and what I am good at is playing football and scoring goals.”