By Amir Mir
Sky Sports pundit Davie Provan believes Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is “flagging himself up to clubs in England”.
The Bhoys senior figure has guided the club to top of the Scottish Premiership table in emphatic fashion.
They currently lead second-placed Aberdeen by a mammoth 27 points, having won 23 of their 24 league games this season.
On top of that, Rodgers side are unbeaten in all domestic competitions this term and have already lifted the Scottish League Cup.
Celtic recently announced that their income for the first half of the campaign nearly doubled to £61.2million, with Rodgers being one of the reasons behind that rise.
Former Bhoys winger Provan believes his continued success at the Scottish champions could lead him back to the Premier League.
“Brendan Rodgers can’t stand for an ounce of complacency,” Provan told Sky Sports. “They are so up for it, so motivated, you can’t see past them.
“And again, the figures are terrific that Celtic have announced and it is all down to Brendan Rodgers, let’s make that clear.
“It’s down to bringing in a top manager, getting into the Champions League and getting the money that is there. He has proved so far he is top bracket. The worry is he is flagging himself up to clubs in England.”
Rodgers joined the Glasgow giants during the summer, ten months after being sacked from his previous job at Liverpool.
The Northern Irishman guided the Anfield club to within a whisker of the Premier League title during the 2013/14 season.
Now, Rodgers is at Celtic where he is hoping to continue their success in the SPL and make the club a force in Europe.
The Bhoys were dumped out of the group stages of the Champions League this term after they finished bottom behind the likes of Borussia Mönchengladbach, Manchester City and Barcelona.
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