The 24-year-old goalkeeper insists he is focused on his club career with the SPL champions despite Three Lions coach Ray Clemence being spotted at recent Hoops gamesCeltic goalkeeper Fraser Forster insists he is focused on his club career despite England coach Ray Clemence having been spotted at recent games.
The 24-year-old has spent the last two seasons on loan at the Hoops, and has made an impressive start to life at Celtic Park this season after a permanent move, prompting manager Neil Lennon to claim he should be invovled at international level.
This was highlighted in Wednesday's goalless Champions League draw with Benfica, a game which was seen by England goalkeeping coach Clemence.
"I didn't know he [Clemence] was here beforehand but I've just got to do my best for Celtic," Forster told Sky Sports.
"It's nice that he came up to watch, the Champions League is a great level but I've just got to do my best.
"As long as I keep improving I'll be knocking at the door and if anyone picks me that's great but we'll wait and see."