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19/04/2019 - 13:33 BST

Neil Lennon Reiterates Celtic Focus Amid Scotland Job Talk

 




Neil Lennon has dismissed talk of him replacing Alex McLeish as the Scotland manager by stressing he is enjoying life at Celtic.

McLeish, who suffered a humiliating defeat with Scotland at the hands of Kazakhstan last month, departed his role on Thursday.




As such, there was talk of Lennon being one of the candidates that could potentially succeed McLeish at the helm as Scotland aim to book their berth in the European Championship next year.

However, the Celtic manager has dismissed talk linking him with the Scotland job by stressing he is currently enjoying and relishing the challenge at Parkhead.
 


The Northern Irishman also insisted Celtic come first ahead of his future or potential job prospects, ahead of the Bhoys’ trip to his former club Hibernian on Sunday.

“I’m doing my job and I’m enjoying it”, Lennon said in a press conference.  
 


“It’s difficult but I’m relishing the challenge.

“The players are responding well and that’s great.

"The team comes first, not my future or job prospects.”


Lennon, who took over from Brendan Rodgers in February, has yet to taste defeat in domestic competition during his second stint as manager of Celtic.