FC Dordrecht goalkeeper Warner Hahn is not surprised he is attracting transfer interest, but insists that he has not heard anything from reported admirers Celtic, reports Sky Sports.
The Holland U21 international has been the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks, and has been heavily linked with a move to the Scottish Premier League.
Bhoys boss Neil Lennon is said to be an admirer of Hahn, and is weighing up a bid to bring him to Celtic Park when the transfer window reopens in January.
The 21-year-old has entered the final 12 months of his current contract with the Dutch Eerste Divisie outfit, and so could be available for a cut-price fee at the turn of the year.
"It's logical because I am in good form right now," Hahn told Dutch TV NOS regarding the reported interest.
"I have also read that Celtic are following me, but I haven't heard anything from that club so far."
If Celtic's interest is genuine, then they will face stiff competition for the 6ft 6in stopper's signature, with Feyenoord, NAC Breda and Roda JC all monitoring the player's situation at the GN Bouw Stadion.
A move to Parkhead is by no means guaranteed, with Hahn's agent, Revien Kanhai, suggesting that a deal with any of his potential suitors is far from being agreed.
"There are several clubs who have let it be known they are interested, but any news that a deal is almost done is very premature," he told Algemeen Dagblad.