Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has ruled himself out of replacing Arsene Wenger at Arsenal at the end of the season.
Rodgers, who was celebrating the seventh title in a row for Celtic after beating Rangers 5-0 on Sunday, has been heavily linked with the Arsenal job since it was announced that Wenger would be leaving the club in the summer.
But with Celtic on the brink of an unprecedented back-to-back treble, Rodgers has insisted that he has no plans to leave Parkhead anytime soon.
Speaking to Talksport, Rodgers said: “Listen, I woke up here on a Monday morning as manager of Celtic.
“Believe it or not the sky is blue here in Glasgow and I’m in the best job in the world. I’m absolutely loving it.
“I’ve got a huge respect for Arsenal as a club. It’s a club when I started my coaching career, Arsene was just coming into the club and I learnt so much in that period as a young coach watching him and watching his dignity and his class and how he dealt with everything.
“So it’s a club I have huge respect for. But for me, I’ve always said it. I’m so happy here at Celtic. I’m in a job that I love. It’s a huge club. A big expectancy, big pressure.
“I would love to work in the Premier League again one day, but I’m hopefully going to be coaching for another 20 odd years. So it’s no time soon.
“I’m so happy. I’ve got a great loyalty with the board here, they’ve been so supportive for me.
“From the first day I walked in here, the supporters have given me everything and I feel a loyalty to them to ensure that we keep moving the club forward and keep progressing.”
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