Artur Boruc has played down reports linking him with a move to Milan saying he expects to remain at Celtic next season.
Milan are reportedly pondering a move for the Polish international as they look to bring in a new keeper to replace Dida.
Boruc has established himself as one of the best keepers in Europe since arriving at Celtic from Legia Warzaw in 2005.
The 28-year-old says he is not thinking about his future and is focusing on helping Celtic try and regain their SPL title.
"As far as I am aware I will be staying in Glasgow," Boruc told the Daily Record. "I've had no contact with any other club and so my situation won't change.
"I'm not going to start crying about the fact the press have linked me to a club like Milan.
Nothing concrete"But I don't want to talk about that because it doesn't mean anything if there is nothing concrete.
"I haven't really thought of the Euros either because all my focus is on the Scottish League."