Celtic boss Tony Mowbray is determined that the January transfer window will not see any of his players leave on the cheap. "Every player has a price and if someone wants to offer Manchester City-type money for a footballer then we would listen," said Mowbray.
"But, at this moment, no-one will leave if it's not beneficial to our football club. They will only leave for footballing reasons."
"Aiden is important because of the emphasis I have on wide players," Mowbray said.
"He has talent. Regarding Aiden, there are no issues as his contract has years to run. It's not even a question as far as I'm concerned."
On possible arrivals at Parkhead next month, he added: "We have got targets for January to help the team.
"Things have progressed. We've had conversations with other clubs."