Norwich manager Paul Lambert has played down speculation linking him with the vacant managerial position at former club Celtic.

Lambert is the bookies' favourite to take over from Tony Mowbray, who was sacked on Thursday in the wake of Celtic's 4-0 humbling by St Mirren.

However, Lambert told Sky Sports News: "I don't have any decision to make. I love it here, it's a great football place and I've got a great rapport with the people here."

He added: "I can't tell you what's going to happen in the future, I can't tell you what's going to happen tomorrow, (but) I love it in Norwich. I get sick and tired of people saying (I'm) linked with that one and that one. I love it here, I really do."

Lambert, 40, won every domestic honour available at Celtic in a spell lasting almost eight years before starting out in management with Livingston in 2005.

He has since gone on to boss Wycombe, Colchester and, since the early weeks of this season, Norwich, who are eight points clear at the top of League One.

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