Ange Postecoglou says speculation linking him with a move to the Premier League is 'not on his radar' right now.
The Celtic manager has been mooted as a possible replacement for Brendan Rodgers at Leicester should he be sacked. The 57-year-old Australian was also linked with the Brighton job prior to Roberto De Zerbi being appointed.
Postecoglou: 'Celtic's a massive football club'
"It’s not really on my radar," Postecoglou told Fox Sports News.
"It’s a bit like our players, I keep saying to them: if they do what they do well, then all this other stuff takes care of itself, whatever their ambitions or my ambitions may be.
“My ambition’s always been the same, wherever I’ve been, it’s to be as successful as I can. I’ve charted a course for myself that’s got me to where I am today. I’ve just tried to do what I’ve done to the best of my ability and opportunities arise from that.
"Right now, I'm at a massive football club. I'm living the dream, and enjoying every minute of it. I'm just determined to bring as much success as I can to it while I'm there."
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Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou insists he isn't thinking about a move as he's linked with jobs in the Premier League. pic.twitter.com/ga6NZs4NDw
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Postecoglou continued: "Anyone who’s followed my career knows I’m pretty big on playing the game a certain way. I’ve tried to do that wherever my been, against a backdrop of knowing I have to be successful.
"I’ve always tried to play football in a manner that I think excites supporters and obviously brings success to football clubs. It’s important to me.
"Everywhere I’ve been, the question has always been: ‘Will it work at the next level?’ What I’ve tried to prove is that it does and it will.
"I’m at a really massive football club at the moment. Sometimes, because we play in the Scottish Premiership and it’s probably not one of the high-profile European leagues, But in terms of the institutional football clubs, Celtic – we play in front of 60,000 people, we have the opportunity to win trophies and we’re in the Champions League - it’s a massive football club.
"I know that the success I have there, and hopefully we play football that I want, I’m proud to get noticed everywhere."
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