Adam Idah has issued a firm response to questions over his future and a potential return to Celtic.

'I don't know what's going on,' was the take away line from the 23-year-old's interview while on international duty with the Republic of Ireland.

The striker spoke to the assembled media following Ireland's 2-1 home victory against Scotland's Euro 2024 group stage opponents, Hungary.

The Norwich City player scored a header during the first half of the game, picking up where he left off after a short break upon the conclusion of the domestic season in Scotland with Celtic.

Idah played a pivotal role for Brendan Rodgers as the Scottish Premiership champions retained their crown and the Scottish Cup.

Having joined on loan from Norwich in January, he went on to score several big game goals, including a late winner against Rangers in the cup final.

A return to Celtic has been mooted, however, it's believed Norwich will want at least £6m for the sale of their striker who still has four years left on his deal.

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Speaking ahead of tonight's friendly against Portugal, Idah said: “Celtic is a massive club and built off the fans. Playing games like the Cup Final, and scoring the winner, I'm sure the fans will appreciate it and I appreciate them just as much.

“I'm still contracted to Norwich and have four years left there. I'm still going back to Norwich as it stands, I haven't really thought too much about it. I spoke briefly to Norwich about when I'm coming back. It's difficult at the start of the window as it's coming up to our summer holidays and we're on internationals right now.

“I've never been in this situation before and don't know much about how it works. We're on internationals right now and that is my main focus. Then I’ll get a holiday or two in and see what happens.”

Pushed on if he would like to sign for Celtic, Idah responded: “Look, I'm still at Norwich and I have four years at Norwich. They are my parent club and I don't know what's going on.”