Much like Moussa Dembélé before him, Odsonne Édouard is thriving at Celtic.

The striker first arrived at Parkhead on loan from Paris Saint-Germain and was subsequently bought for just under £10m in 2018.

Over the past three years, the now 22-year-old has scored an impressive 66 goals in 136 games, as well as assisting another 32, which unsurprisingly has caught the attention of a number of teams.

Rumours that Arsenal came knocking circulated during the last transfer window, but Celtic weren’t really prepared to let him go just yet, seemingly keen to get another season out of their star man.

Whether they can do so beyond that remains to be seen, as the player, who is currently preparing to face Lille in the Europa League on Thursday, told Téléfoot Chaîne the time had nearly come to go look elsewhere.

He said: “It’s true that after a while, I’m thinking about seeing something else. To go find another, better league. For now I’m continuing, I’m continuing my seasons, and when the right time will come, I’ll decide to leave”.

The player was then asked whether he would stay up north in the United Kingdom when he inevitably leaves Celtic, or if he’d return to France.

He replied: “Honestly, I really don’t know. I’ve not thought about it. I really don’t know. We’ll see where the future takes me”.