Defender Kieran Tierney has reiterated that he is in no rush to leave boyhood club Celtic.
Tierney has established himself as one of the key men at the Scottish giants, and that has resulted in strong interest from the Premier League.
Manchester United, Everton and Bournemouth have all been linked with the full-back, but the 21-year-old has indicated that extending his stay at the Glasgow side for a number of years is not out of the question.
Tierney told the Scottish Daily Mail: "I know, and my family know, that since day one we have been committed to Celtic.
"That's 100%. In football, you never what might happen next but I have never been anything else than focused at Celtic. It's always been Celtic for me. I'll never be in a hurry to leave this club. No matter what the situation is, but I can't predict what will happen in the future."
Tierney still has five years remaining on his contract.