Robert Snodgrass is hoping Neil Lennon puts on hold any ambitions he has to manage in England to guide his boyhood heroes Celtic to a domestic treble in Scotland.
The Norwich forward is aware that Lennon is reportedly one of four bosses the relegation-threatened Canaries are looking at with a view to replacing the departed Chris Hughton.
The Northern Irishman's managerial CV includes three successive top-flight titles, two Scottish Cups and a last-16 appearance in the Champions League.
However, so far a clean sweep has evaded the Parkhead manager and Snodgrass, wearing his Celtic hat, is hoping that will be addressed.
The 26-year-old Scotland forward said: "The Celtic lads have great things to say about him so if that is what he is wanting (work in England) then good luck.
"But (with) the manager in charge now, even though we are not getting results, we are playing well in certain spells.
"It will be interesting to see who does get the job. I'm sure Neil Adams will put his name in the hat and push his own claim.
"I will let the powers-that-be upstairs decide that.
"But I'm a Celtic fan so I would like to see him trying to do better in the Champions League (group) stage and try to get the treble."
While there is talk of Lennon moving south, Snodgrass has for a while been linked with a move to Celtic.
However, the Glaswegian is putting everything on hold to try to rescue Norwich from the drop.
The Canaries were beaten 4-0 at Manchester United on Saturday and have now slipped into the Premier League relegation zone.
Snodgrass said: "Celtic are a massive club but I have a job to do for Norwich and I will focus every bit of my effort trying to keep Norwich in the league."