Scottish Premier League chief executive Neil Doncaster does not expect Rangers and Celtic to leave for England for some time. The debate has raged for several years over whether the Old Firm might go south of the border and join the Premier League.
Clubs in the English top flight discussed the matter last November, with a new-look Premier League structure incorporating the Glasgow giants on the agenda.
The proposal was rejected but Celtic's largest shareholder Dermot Desmond recently suggested the influence media organisations wield would eventually lead to the Old Firm being invited to England.
Doncaster told Sky Sports News: "We all have dreams for our clubs but I prefer to live in the day-to-day reality of where we are.
"They are Scottish clubs and they're in the SPL. I've got to deal with the reality of what faces me on a day-to-day basis, which is improving the environment as best I can for all Scottish clubs and that includes Rangers and Celtic.
"They are a fundamental part of Scottish football and I foresee that being the case ad infinitum."