Celtic boss Neil Lennon has provided an update on the Hoops’ potential late January transfer window business, speaking to BBC Sport Scotland.
The transfer window closes at midnight on Friday, and Celtic fans will no doubt be hopeful of the Hoops adding at least one more player to the squad for the tilt at nine in a row.
Unsure if more signings will arrive
However, talking after the 3-0 win over St Johnstone, Lennon was unsure when asked if Celtic will make any more signings.
Speaking to BBC Sport Scotland, Lennon said “I would doubt it, we’ll see, I can’t guarantee it one way or another, we’re looking, but it’s a very difficult thing to do”.
Lennon doesn’t seem to be giving much away with regards to any signings, which is probably the right thing to do at this stage of the transfer window.
It remains to be seen if Celtic will make any more signings to add to the two that have joined the club in the window, Patryk Klimala and Ismaila Soro.
Number of factors could change approach to window
There are a number of factors that could change Celtic’s approach to the last day of the window. Perhaps the Hoops might suffer an injury, or an offer for a player might come in that is too good to refuse.
The fact that Lennon said ‘we’ll see’ suggests that if the situation is right, the Hoops might well make one more signing before the window closes.
For the moment though, it looks as if Celtic will have to go with the squad they have in the bid to win nine in a row.