Celtic manger Gordon Strachan will not make a snap judgement on Artur Boruc after the goalkeeper was banned from the Poland team for allegedly breaking a curfew following a friendly in Ukraine.
Boruc, 28, and international colleagues Dariusz Dudka and Radoslav Majewski have been accused of leaving the team hotel to have a night out with Polish journalists on Wednesday.
National team coach Leo Beenhakker has banned the trio indefinitely ahead of the forthcoming World Cup qualifying campaign following the incident in Lvov.
However, Strachan will address the matter only after the champions have played Saturday's Scottish Premier League game against Falkirk.
He said: "First of all, what I'm going to do is just focus on the Falkirk game and we will try our best to do that because that's the No.1 priority.
"When that is out of the way, I will look at the facts of said incident, not rumours, but facts."