Joe Hart insists the speculation linking Ange Postecoglou with a move from Celtic to Tottenham is just "noise" but conceded "whatever happens now will happen".

Celtic boss Postecoglou has emerged as the reported preferred candidate for the Spurs job with suggestion talks could take place next week.

However, the Greek-Australian coach has been coy when quizzed on reports of interest from the Premier League club.

Hart echoed his comments that the Scottish Cup final - and sealing a treble in the process - has been the only focus this week.

Speaking to BBC Scotland, the keeper said: "When you are around top amazing footballers, top managers...the noise is always there.

"That's all it is, noise. We are privileged to be on the inside but today was the focus it was the focus all week, the manager made that very, very clear.

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"Whatever happens now will happen. It's the world of football, it's an interesting place full of speculation and rumour.

"But the facts were today we had a treble to focus on and the other fact is that we got it."

Asked for his thoughts on the celebrations, Hart added: "There's a pretty clear message, isn't there? Amazing support, we really appreciate them.

"It wouldn't be the same, it just wouldn't to win a treble in front of these fans, amazing, loved every second of it."

Reacting to news of Celtic breaking a world title by taking their eighth treble, Hart concluded: "It's really special.

"What has been has been and I'm really proud of everything that has gone in the past but you have got to live in the moment and the moment right now is a treble-winning season with a great bunch of players, an amazing support staff and a fantastic family football club that has really taken to us, we love them to pieces and really appreciate them."