Matt O'Riley has admitted it would be "very difficult" to leave Celtic amid transfer exit speculation. 

The midfielder has been linked with Premier League interest this summer - after Celtic booted out an approach from Atletico Madrid in January.

Italian giants Inter Milan have also been credited with an interest in O'Riley who enjoyed another standout Scottish Premiership campaign at Celtic.

Following lifting the league title trophy, O'Riley was quizzed on speculation over an exit this summer and revealed he has fallen in love with Celtic since joining from MK Dons.

The 23-year-old smiled at the "tough question" before insisting he would focus on next weekend's Scottish Cup final before any interest over the summer.

On Sky Sports, O'Riley said: "That's a tough question. 

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"It would be very difficult. I have said before, the club means a lot to me now.

"Right from day one I kind of fell in love with the club because the fans are so crazy and passionate - it is just a proper fan base.

"One more game to focus on and then take it from there."