David Moyes has refused to rule out managing Celtic at some point in the future.
The three-time Premier League Manager of the Year is currently out of work, having been sacked by La Liga side Real Sociedad earlier this season.
That was his second sacking in a row, having lasted little more than nine months at Manchester United after replacing Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.
Moyes has been linked with a return to the Premier League, but with current Celtic manager Ronny Deila experiencing a tough season in Glasgow, Moyes gave an intriguing answer when asked about bossing at Parkhead by Plz Soccer:
— PLZ Soccer (@PLZSoccer) March 14, 2016
The Hoops are on course to win the Scottish Premiership, and possibly the Scottish Cup, but the club’s European campaign under Deila bordered on atrocious.
They failed to qualify for the Champions League, and failed to win any of their six Europa League matches, finishing bottom of their group.
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