Swansea City manager Graham Potter dismisses rumours of Celtic interest, according to BBC Sport.

Swansea City manager Graham Potter dismisses rumours of Celtic interest and is looking to the future of his current club.

Neil Lennon is currently manager of Celtic until the end of the season and Graham Potter has been linked to get the job full time.

Graham Potter told BBC Sport: “I enjoyed my time in Sweden. I was stable and we made progress and I’m looking forward to the same here.

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“You want the football club you are working at to improve and progress and you want the same for yourself.

“That’s what everybody should be aspiring to. I have a job to do here and I am focused on that.”

Graham Potter has guided Swansea City to a mid-table Championship finish, but he is looking to the future as he looks the rebuild the club.

Graham Potter joked with BBC Sport about being linked with the Celtic job: “It’s just speculation from you guys in the media.

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“I had a bit of a laugh about it with Oli McBurnie and George Byers as Rangers supporters, but apart from that there’s nothing in it as far as I am concerned.”

Graham Potter’s most successful managerial spell was in Sweden with Östersund. He spent seven years there and he took Swedish club from the third tier to the top flight. He won the 2016-17 Swedish Cup to qualify for the Europa League this season. Although, they were knocked out by Arsenal in the round-of-16 in a European run which helped raise his profile.


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