With talk of Victor Wanyama, Gary Hooper and Fraser Forster joining Premier League sides this summer, the Hoops boss insists he is yet to be contacted by any clubCeltic boss Neil Lennon insists he is yet to be approached for any of his star men and remains focused on keeping the likes of Victor Wanyama, Gary Hooper and Fraser Forster at the club.
Reports linking the Hoops' prized assets with the Premier League are rife, but Lennon is adamant he has not been contacted by any club.
"There have been no approaches for any of our players at the minute," Lennon told The Sheilds Gazette.
"It is what it is, the speculation, but we get that a lot.
"There is a lot of speculation surrounding Victor at the minute but that is all it is, speculation."
When prompted on the future of Hooper, who scored 31 goals this season for SPL champions, Lennon had a similar response.
"Nothing, it is as you were," he added. "It is speculation. There are no offers in and one of my priorities will be to keep Gary at the club.
"It is a backhanded compliment to what we have done with the players over the last two or three years that we have got so many young prized assets in the squad right now."