Former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes will wait until the summer before deciding his next career move. The 52-year-old Scot has been mentioned as a potential replacement for the departing Ronny Deila at Celtic, but Moyes insists he is in no rush to make a decision.
Moyes has been installed among the favourites to succeed Deila at Celtic Park, and his three-year spell at the club during his playing days is likely to play in his favour. However, Moyes admits he still does not know his next destination.
"I'm going to wait until summer time and make a decision then," he told Sky Sports amid reports linking him to the Celtic and Aston Villa jobs. "There's lots of clubs that will interest me and Celtic are a great club.
"Celtic are a brilliant football club, a great football club, with unbelievable support and fanbase."
Meanwhile, Alan Stubbs – another reported candidate for the job at Celtic Park – has insisted he is not thinking about the possibility of replacing Deila. "I don't think it's a relevant question to be honest to be asking right now," the current Hibernian manager said of speculation linking him with the Bhoys.
"I am more inclined to answer the question by saying that I'm just really sorry for Ronny. He seems a really good guy. I have spoken to him on a few occasions. I am disappointed for him more than anything and that is all I will say on the matter because I think you have to show a bit of respect.
"I have got a lot of things to think about between now and 24 May that are going to keep my mind occupied."