Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass is keeping his focus firmly on the pitch amid transfer speculation linking him with Celtic.
Snodgrass supported the Scottish champions as a child and Hoops boss Neil Lennon watched him in the recent FA Cup defeat at Fulham.
But the former Livingston and Leeds player is focused on helping the Canaries stay in the Premier League, providing the assist for Ryan Bennett's late winner against Hull City on Saturday.
Snodgrass said: "Glasgow is my home town and when I go back I stay about five seconds away from the Celtic stadium.
"So when something like this happens, there are loads of people texting me saying 'What's going on?'
"All I can say is that for now I'm at Norwich and I have 18 months left on my contract.
"So I'm just focusing on doing as well as I possibly can for Norwich at this minute.
"I think I have shown that with my performances over the last couple of weeks."
Saturday's win was Norwich's first in nine games in all competitions and lifted the Canaries up to 12th in the table, five points above the drop zone, as well as easing the pressure on under-fire manager Chris Hughton.
Snodgrass added: "It's easily our biggest win of the season, especially with the manager being under such pressure.
"It shows everyone is right behind him all the way - it's like a weight has been lifted from our shoulders."