Neil Lennon says he has no plans to follow chief executive Peter Lawwell in leaving Celtic this summer.
Celtic announced on Friday Lawwell would retire this summer, with Scottish Rugby’s Dominic McKay taking over.
Lennon, 49, is in his second spell as Celtic manager and signed a 12-month rolling contract in 2019. His side are 23 points behind Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers.
“Why would it be my intention to go?” Lennon said.
“Peter’s decision has got nothing to do with my position at all, or my coaches or any of the players. So I don’t understand the context of the