HOOPS forward Kyogo remains quiet about his future at Parkhead.
The Celtshas been linked with various Premier League clubs in recent months, including Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham.
Kyogo spoke about itHowever, the interest piques his interest and he insists he hopes to continue playing for the Scottish champions for years to come.
But the Japan international admits: “Nobody knows.”‘ amidst all the ongoing speculation.
The 28-year-old also responded to the various critics of the Scottish Premiership.
Head coach Hajime Moriyasu blamed the quality of Scotland’s top flight as his reason for not calling that and his teammates the Hoops for international use.
Daizen Maeda was a regular for the side and featured prominently at the World Cup, but others have not featured in recent selections.
However, Kyogo did score on his return to the team last month after being called up for the double-header game against El Salvador.
Writing for Japanese media Sponichithe striker said: “While I keep scoring And continues .
“I have heard thatwas published that the level of the Scottish Premiership is considered ‘not high’. Certainly top teams play very well but Celtic also had a lot of tough games.
“It’s natural for different people to have different opinions. But on the contrary it means that people are paying attention to my game and Celtic, so I think positively.”
“I’ve actually had valuable experience at Celtic and Celtic are the club with great performances.
“There are many players who want to play here as long as possible, including myself.”
“But no one knows. Players can be injured or relocated. And some players may be retiring.
“I never know how I feelSo I just want to enjoy every moment at Celtic.
“But I still have room for development. I want to be a player who can score more goals.”.
“I will continue to do sohard season so I can become a stronger player.
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