The SPL holders are through to the knockout phase of the Champions League after an impressive performance in the group stages of the competition which included an incredible 2-1 victory over Barcelona at Celtic Park and the Northern Irishman feels that that in itself should keep everyone at the club, including the Greek striker.
"It’s just speculation, someone taking a flyer," Lennon told reporters when questioned about reported interest from Anfield. "I'm not sure if anyone will want to leave just now, the way things are going.
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"I don't think he'd be wanting to leave in too much of a hurry. The fact we're through [to the Champions League last 16] is the difference."
Celtic are three points clear at the top of the SPL after a 3-1 victory over Kilmarnock and Lennon puts his side's recent form down to hard work and focus, concentrating on every game rather than just their European adventure.
"The players aren't looking a week or two down the line for the next Champions League game and maybe saving a bit for it," he observed. "They know what's at stake, they know our consistency hasn't been all there."