Celtic boss Gordon Strachan has dismissed reports that Kenny Miller is up for sale.
Strachan scoffed at the idea that Miller would be on his way, saying: "The transfer list thing went out in the 1970s, it doesn't happen here so it's a mysterious one.
"I was having a cup of tea and a rhubarb tart when I saw it and I nearly spluttered. Nobody is on the transfer list and we don't want to see anybody going out the door. We love our squad the way it is.
"I hope Kenny is still here on Saturday morning. I can't see him going anywhere. I like Kenny, he has done very well for us."
Strachan also insists that there are unlikely to be any new arrivals at Celtic Park before Friday. He said: "I can't see anyone coming in although I can't guarantee it. Something fantastic might turn up but I can't see it.
"As for people going out, it's not for me to decide that. If the bid is astronomical or beneficial then we must think of that because it's a business. But I would imagine that our targets will be in January next year."