Celtic boss Tony Mowbray has dismissed reports linking Artur Boruc with a possible move away from Parkhead.
Reports have suggested Tottenham could be in the market for Polish shot-stopper Boruc as part of a deal involving Robbie Keane going in the opposite direction.
However, Mowbray has moved to reject the speculation and has no plans to sell Boruc, who he regards as the best keeper he has ever worked with.
"First of all I think I'd have had a phone call from Harry Redknapp if Spurs were interested in Artur," said Mowbray.
"That's the way he does business and he certainly hasn't asked me about Boruc.
"Artur's undoubtedly the most asset-rich keeper I have ever worked with. He's spectacularly good.
"I judge my keepers on their ability to keep the ball out of the net and I know how hard Boruc works to maintain his standards in that direction.
"He works exceptionally hard in training because he knows what he needs to do."
PledgeMeanwhile, Bhoys striker Scott McDonald has played down talk linking him with a move away from the Glasgow giants.
Former Celtic boss Gordon Strachan is thought to be keen on luring the Australian to Middlesbrough and although McDonald is flattered by the interest he wants to stay at Celtic.
"It's always nice when people want you," McDonald told the Scottish Sun. "But I've said all along I want to be here and that has not changed.
"Ultimately, it's up to other people to decide. But I've always said if I get to spend the rest of my career at Celtic then I must have done something right.
"If that happens I'll have had a great career. That's all I'm looking at."