Scott Allan has claimed that he just wants to focus on the rest of the season with Hibernian before considering his future at Celtic.
Allan, 26, joined Hibs on loan from the Hoops in the January transfer, in an odd triple transfer that saw him recalled from Dundee and sent to Easter Road as Scott Bain moved to Parkhead and Simon Murray switched to Dens Park.
The midfielder has hit the ground running in his second spell at the Edinburgh club after starring in wins against Rangers and Aberdeen.
After signing for Celtic in 2015, Allan has been sent out on three different loan spells and his future at Parkhead appears to be unsure.
The former West Brom and Dundee United player has suggested that answers would come from Brendan Rodgers if they were put forward to him as it seems he himself is not 100 per cent about his future.
“As for what happens at Celtic after this, whether the door can open for me, that’s something you’d need to ask the manager there. I just want to focus on what happens at Hibs until the end of the season then take it from there,” he said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.
Allan has spent a lot of his career on loan.
He only made 17 appearances in all competitions after signing for them in 2015.
Since then he has been shipped out to Rotherham, Dundee and most recently Hibernian.
This season, with both the Dee and Hibs, Allan has made 25 appearances in all competitions, scored one goal and supplied an impressive 10 assists.
He has set up goals in two matches against Rangers, his boyhood club, for both Dundee and Hibs.
In other Celtic news, the Hoops made a huge transfer decision on this international attacker from these top-flight runners-up.
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