Moi Elyounoussi has remained coy on his future and admits the time will come to make a decision - but it's not yet.

The Celtic winger is on loan for a second spell from Southampton but is unlikely to be a regular player with Ralph Hassenhuttl's side when he does return to St Mary's at the end of the season.

The Norwegian has two years remaining on his contract down south, but his destination beyond this season is not yet known. And the playmaker insists he will make that decision when he has to.

"I haven't thought much about [my future] yet, I still have games left, the season's not finished," he said. "I will think about that when everything is done. My main focus is still here and now and doing my best for the club.

"I'm in here every day to do my best in training, get better as a player and do my best on the pitch when I get the chance. My future hasn't changed, I haven't even thought about it. My focus is here now and every day in training. The time will come to think about the future and what is next up."