Celtic keeper Artur Boruc says he is happy in Glasgow but would consider a serious bid from Tottenham but insists there has been no bid from the London outfit, reports STV Sport. Tony Mowbray's number one stopper has been the subject of ongoing speculation over transfer wheeling and dealings which could see Robbie Keane moving north with a Celtic player moving south as part of a bargain.
The Polish international, said: "Honestly, I have no idea about it. I only knew about this a couple of days ago when the goalkeeping coach told me he had read it somewhere. No-one has told me anything about this officially.
"If Celtic wanted to sell me, the manager and the board would tell me, but they haven't. Truthfully speaking, I do not believe moving to another club in the winter would be a good idea anyway."
But he added: "Tottenham are very good and a big club, based in London. That would mean I would have to very seriously consider an offer from them. But there is no point bothering about it because there has been no offer."