Scott McDonald's agent has sought to play down speculation regarding the striker's future at Celtic.
The Australia international is reported to be attracting interest from a number of English clubs, with Middlesbrough boss Gordon Strachan and Wigan manager Roberto Martinez both in attendance during Sunday's Old Firm derby at Parkhead.
They saw McDonald open the scoring for the hosts in a 1-1 draw with Rangers, with the prolific frontman having stepped off the bench to take his tally for the season to 14.
It has since been widely claimed that he may have made his last appearance for the Glasgow giants, with Hoops boss Tony Mowbray keen to raise funds during the January transfer window to help bolster his squad.
However, McDonald's representative, Lou Sticca, claims the 26-year-old is not hankering after a move and would be more than happy to remain where he is.
"I speak to Scott every day, and, as far as I am concerned, he wants to be at Celtic," Sticca told the Evening Times.
"I have also spoken regularly to (chief executive) Peter Lawwell, and he has told me that Celtic are happy with Scott.
"If anything does happen, it will be Celtic telling Scott to leave, not Scott asking to go."
Sticca has also refuted claims that McDonald, who joined Celtic from Motherwell in 2007, found himself on the bench against Rangers after suffering a pre-match falling-out with Mowbray.
"What we are seeing here is the usual reaction in the media if a club's top scorer is not playing," he said.
"Scott is doing the business for Celtic, as his goals show."