Tony Mowbray has dismissed rumours that he he is unsettled at Parkhead.
The Celtic boss has come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks as his side have slipped 10 points behind Old Firm rivals Rangers at the top of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
After the 4-4 draw with Aberdeen at Pittodrie last Saturday, in which the visitors lost the lead three times, Mowbray was again subject to speculation about his future. However, he questioned the sources of rumours that he is unhappy at Parkhead asking: "Where's the foundation to that?"
He added: "I could give you a quote saying this and that, that it's humorous to me, that it's laughable.
"I'm fine. I talk to you (the media) every week; you would pick up a vibe if I wasn't.
"I understand that sometimes there's hardship to go through.
"But at this moment, if we had all of our experienced defenders we might be winning 4-0, not drawing 4-4.
"We've scored 10 goals in three games, we might be untouchable, you know.
"Let's wait and see when we get everybody up and running."