Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass insists he isn’t looking for a move to Celtic this month, reports Sky Sports.

The Scot, who supported the SPL champions as a child, was watched recently by Celtic boss Neil Lennon.

But Snodgrass has assured Norwich fans that rumours of a move to Glasgow are just rumours: “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.”

Snodgrass played in Norwich’s 1-0 victory over Hull City on Saturday, where Ryan Bennett’s 87th minute goal earned Chris Hughton a vital 3 points. The Canaries are now 5 points above the relegation zone, with the win at home to the Tigers just their 6th of the season.

And the Scot is intending to stay at Carrow Road, despite the manager of his childhood team potentially scouting him.

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