Celtic striker Scott McDonald has no intention on leaving Parkhead, despite reported interest from a clutch of English clubs.
Premier League duo Wigan Athletic and Blackburn Rovers plus Championship outfit Middlesbrough - now managed by former Bhoys boss Gordon Strachan - are all believed to be interested in the Australia international.
However, agent Lou Sticca claims the 26-year-old former Motherwell striker is happy at Celtic and not looking to move on this month.
"I speak to Scott every day and, as far as I am concerned, he wants to be at Celtic," Sticca told the Evening Times.
"I have also spoken regularly to Peter Lawwell and he has told me that Celtic are happy with Scott.
"If anything does happen, it will be Celtic telling Scott to leave, not Scott asking to go."
McDonald took his season's tally to 14 goals with the opener in Sunday's 1-1 Old Firm derby stalemate with Rangers.