New Celtic boss Tony Mowbray has warned Artur Boruc he must perform if he wants to remain at the club.
The colourful goalkeeper has found himself in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the past for some his antics on and off the field.
Boruc's future at Celtic has been the subject of speculation with a number of clubs linked with the Poland international.
Mowbray has held talks with Boruc to inform him of his responsibilities and has called on the keeper to focus on the job in hand.
"I've had a good chat with Artur," Mowbray told the Daily Record.
"I was only watching last season from afar but from my conversation with him today I think he is aware of what he has to do.
"I try to base my relationships with players upon respect and I told him we have to have mutual respect for each other. He has to understand my job and I will understand his issues and problems.
"If he has any then he has to make me aware of them - there's no point in him keeping them to himself and me just judging him on his performance if there are other things going on in his life he needs to talk about.
"I also talked to him about his motivational levels and asked him if he is ready for another season. Is he ready to go again? He must be professional even if he has ideas in his head about moving on.
"If his ambition is to move to one of the biggest clubs in the world then they ain't going to come knocking if he's not performing week in, week out."