Former Celtic hero Henrik Larsson admits he would be keen to return to the Glasgow club in a coaching role.
The Swedish striker, who scored 242 goals during a seven-year spell at Celtic Park, is expected to retire from club and international football.
"I talk a lot with Celtic, although nothing is happening at the moment," said the 38-year-old.
"Everyone knows what my feelings are for the club. I will go to Scotland sooner or later."
Larsson has previously been linked with a return to Scotland to gain his coaching qualifications, with the Scottish Football Association allowing senior professionals with at least years' experience able to skip the introductory stages and begin with the Uefa B licence.
However, the SFA say they have no knowledge of Larsson signing up for such a course.
"If I should become a coach, my ambition is to be the best I can be," said Larsson. "That means I will have to leave Sweden.
"I have gained a lot of experience over the years and I feel I'm on the right track to become a coach, but studying in the Swedish FA system doesn't interest me.
"Why should I learn everything from training boys to treating injuries? I would much rather get down to studying real coaching methods."
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