Swansea City forward Stephen Dobbie admits he would be open to a move to Celtic if the Scottish club want him.

The 29-year Glasgow-born former Rangers attacker is waiting to see if he is in the plans of new Swans boss Michael Laudrup after falling out of favour under Brendan Rodgers last season.

Dobbie spent time on loan with Blackpool even though he was a key part of Rodgers' side which won promotion from the Championship in 2010/11 and he admits he is thinking about his future with a mooted move to Parkhead something he is not against.

"The first I heard about an interest from Celtic was when I was on holiday," he told the Daily Record.

"But it was newspaper speculation and I haven't heard anything official.

"I'm still a Swansea player and we have a new boss so that's my situation. But who wouldn't be flattered at reports of Celtic being interested in you?

"They're a massive club, they have a terrific support and they will also be striving to get into the Champions League next season.

"It's something any player would want to look at and I'm no different."

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