Scott Allan isn’t thinking about his future at Celtic.
Since his high profile move in 2015 the midfielder has been sent out on loan to Rotherham, Dundee and Hibs.
To say that his career has been nomadic is an understatement but after 11 transfers it seems that Easter Road is home from home.
Alan Stubbs picked up the midfielder on a free from Birmingham in 2014 and built an entertaining team around Allan but Hibs lost out in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup to Falkirk and on promotion to the top flight.
After a high profile campaign from Sevco to get him to Ibrox the midfielder joined Celtic before being sent out on loan.
There were encouraging reports about Allan from Hibs’ 2-0 win over Aberdeen but the loan Celt knows that he still has work to do to win over the Hibs support.
“I’d say the fans were maybe 50-50 about me coming back here, so I want to excite them and get them all onside,” he told The Sun.
“I believe in myself. Aberdeen had a guy following me about the park for the first 45 minutes and I still made things happen. That’s my game and I can play it as well as anybody.
“The manager makes everything simple, black and white. You just play your game, be free. It was like that under Alan Stubbs as well and it suits me fine.
“As for what happens at Celtic after this, whether the door can open for me, that’s something you’d need to ask the manager there. I just want to focus on what happens at Hibs until the end of the season then take it from there.”
After the win over Aberdeen Hibs are five points behind the Dons and Sevco in joint second place.