Celtic loan star Yosuke Ideguchi has revealed he has not been told whether he will return to the Parkhead club when his loan ends.

The Japanese international midfielder returned to his homeland earlier this year after a frustrating spell in Glasgow.

He suffered an ankle break in one of his first games back in March, but recovered quickly and has been widely praised for his performances in the J-League.

And he's even been used now as a striker after a series of injuries to key players at Avispa Fukuoka.

The season ends in December and his loan contract expires when the new season starts in February. And the 27-year-old admits he's in the dark about whether he will return to Celtic and complete his contract, which still has over two-and-a-half years to go.

He said: "At the moment I am only concentrating on trying to finish as high up the J-League table as I can with Avispa Fukuoka.

"I was happy to be offered the chance of games here at a time when I wasn't able to play any matches at Celtic and I had a strong desire to play.

"There weren't many clubs who wanted me, but they approached me, so I decided to go right away. It was an instant decision.

"As for next season, I don't know what's going to happen or whether I will still stay here.

"At the moment, there's no point in looking too far into the future.

"And that's why I will do everything I can for the team while I am here."