Ange Postecoglou says he is only thinking about life at Celtic amid constant Premier League interest.
The Hoops manager was recently linked with the job at Brighton & Hove Albion, eventually taken by Roberto De Zerbi, and is also believed to be garnering attention from Leicester City.
Postecoglou took Celtic to last season’s Scottish Premier League title and currently has the club in the UEFA Champions League, which he says has him content for the time being.
“It’s one of those things now where I’m on that side of the world and that has more of an impact in everything I do,” he said on SEN’s Whateley when asked of the Premier League interest.
“Particularly with the (UEFA) Champions League, everyone watches it irrespective of the league you’re playing in. Everyone watches those competitions.
“They way the team is playing, particularly the football we’re playing, is getting a lot of attention which is brilliant.
“I’m not looking too far ahead. I’m really enjoying the space I’m in right now. It’s a massive football club, it’s got the most passionate of supporters. We get the opportunity to win things and play in the best competitions.
“It’s everything I’ve wanted in terms of a football experience, for what I do it is right at my doorstep. I’m not looking beyond that right now.
“Everything we’re doing at the moment is getting a fair bit of attention which is great.”
The Bhoys sit atop the Scottish Premier League table, two points clear of Glasgow rivals Rangers after seven matches.
They also hold third position in Group F of the Champions League having taken a point from their most European outing against Shakhtar Donetsk.