CELTIC boss Neil Lennon has dismissed rumours he could be in line to replace Paolo Di Canio at Sunderland.
Speaking at a press conference, Lennon insisted he was happy at Celtic and distanced himself from reports suggesting he was among the favourites to take over at Sunderland.
“I don’t like answering questions on this kind of thing,” said Lennon.
“I’m not aware of me being linked with anything. You are asking the wrong person. Maybe you should ask the people linking me with the jobs. I’m not aware of who they are. I’m very, very happy doing what I’m doing at the minute.”