Rotherham United manager Steve Evans has suggested that when he leaves the Millers it will only be because he has been sacked or to join Celtic.
Evans has guided the Millers from the depths of League Two into the Championship and has developed such an affinity to the club that he would be loathed to move away.
The boisterous manager believes that his relationship with chairman Tony Stewart would be tough to replicate anywhere else and has suggested that his stay is for the long-term.
He did, however, say that he would move away from the New York Stadium should a job offer at the Bhoys occur.
“I have got the most loyal, fantastic and whole-hearted chairman I could wish to work for. He really is a great man," Evans told the Yorkshire Post.
“In the future, that partnership will break because he will either sack me or I will leave and join Celtic."
At the moment it appears unlikely that any job opportunity will come back at Parkhead, but there is the possibility that one will be available in the future.
Ronny Deila still has some work to do to win over all of the Bhoys supporters, after a rather indifferent start to life managing the Scottish champions, and the Norwegian knows that he is under pressure to guide the side to trophies.
Rotherham, meanwhile, have shown signs of struggling to adapt to the Championship since being promoted last season.
The Millers are currently in 17th position, but they will be looking nervously over their shoulders and towards the relegation zone if they do not collect a few more points soon.