Celtic striker Teemu Pukki has told the Daily Record that he wants to move back to Spain at the end of the season, or remain on loan with Brondby.
The Finnish international forward, 25, joined Celtic from Schalke in August 2013, scoring seven goals in 33 games during his first season with the Bhoys.
However, even after scoring twice in five games under Ronny Deila, Pukki was allowed to leave Celtic in September 2014, being the player to lose out after John Guidetti's arrival.
Pukki returned to Scandinavia with Danish side Brondby, and has so far scored eight goals in 20 games whilst on a season-long loan with the club.
Scheduled to return to Celtic at the end of the season, Pukki's future at Celtic looks to be uncertain, and he told the Daily Record that he wants to either return to Spain or stick with Brondby, and isn't even thinking about Celtic right now.
"My dream is to play in Spain again. Hopefully, I will find a good club and be there for many years, but Brondby is also fine for me. We’ll see what happens," said Pukki.
"I have not talked to them. I have not thought of Celtic since I came, I focus only on Brondby. When the time comes I will make a decision but it is not yet," he added.
Pukki joined Sevilla at the age of 18 back in 2008, and whilst he spent most of his time in their 'B' team, it's clear that he enjoyed his time with the club and wants to return to La Liga.
Of course, Pukki's future largely depends on what Celtic's plans are - but given their willingness to loan him out this season, it doesn't look like they will stand in his way of a permanent exit this summer.