Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass is remaining focused on his football after speculation this week linked him with a move to Celtic.
Snodgrass grew up in Glasgow and lives five minutes away from the club he supported as a boy, but the 26-year-old says he is focused on playing football and helping The Canaries survive the relegation battle they could well be dragged into.
The former Livingston player told Sky Sports:
"All I can say is that for now I'm at Norwich and I have 18 months left on my contract. So I'm just focusing on doing as well as I possibly can for Norwich at this minute.
"I think I have shown that with my performances over the last couple of weeks."
Norwich currently sit 12th in the Premier League table after their 1-0 win over Hull on Saturday, their first in nine games, means that they are now five points clear of the bottom three.
When asked about the win over Hull, the former Leeds player said: "It's easily our biggest win of the season, especially with the manager being under such pressure.
"It shows everyone is right behind him all the way - it's like a weight has been lifted from our shoulders."
Snodgrass has scored one goal in 15 appearances for Chris Hughton's side so far this season.
The midfielder played the full 90 minutes in his side's all-important win against Hull City on Saturday and is expected to start against Newcastle next Tuesday.
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