Ireland assistant is being touted as a potential successor to Ronny Deila
Roy Keane has refused to comment on reports linking him with the soon-to-be-vacant Celtic manager's job.
The SPL champions confirmed today that manager Ronny Deila will leave at the end of the season and Keane, who briefly played for the club in the 2005/06 season, is already being touted as a potential successor.
"I've two jobs, ITV and Ireland. No comment," was Keane's brief answer when he was asked about the speculation today.
Keane and Martin O'Neill are currently contracted with the FAI up until after this summer's European Championships.
The likes of Neil Lennon, David Moyes and Henrik Larsson have also been linked with the Celtic job, with Lennon admitting that he would welcome a return to the club.
Keane was approached by Celtic in June 2014 but turned down the possibility to take the position.