Wigan striker Will Grigg responds when asked about Celtic move after 28-goal season

Will Grigg celebrates scoring the first goal for Wigan Athletic

Wigan's Will Grigg is ignoring speculation of a move to Celtic.

Northern Ireland's Conor Washington, William Grigg and Kyle Lafferty pose for photos before they leave for Euro 2016Northern Ireland's Conor Washington, Will Grigg and Kyle Lafferty pose for photos before they leave for Euro 2016

Wigan Athletic hitman Will Grigg has told The Mirror that he isn't focusing on any talk of a move to join Scottish giants Celtic this summer.

Grigg, 24, has been simply superb in recent seasons, hitting 20 goals for Walsall in 2012-13 before struggling with Brentford, scoring just four goals in his one and only season at Griffin Park.

Will Grigg celebrates scoring the first goal for Wigan AthleticWill Grigg celebrates scoring for Wigan Athletic

However, last season Grigg smashed 22 goals on loan at MK Dons to fire them to promotion, and he's done the same again with Wigan this term, hitting 28 goals following a permanent move from Brentford last summer.

Now, the Solihull-born striker is now heading to Euro 2016 with Northern Ireland this summer, and will be hoping to take his domestic goalscoring feats to the international stage.

Wigan's Will Grigg in action with Walsall's Paul DowningWigan's Will Grigg in action with Walsall's Paul Downing

Grigg is catching the eye, and speculation on Twitter over the last week has suggested that Celtic could be interested in a move to lure Grigg to Glasgow this summer.

Celtic are now managed by Grigg's compatriot Brendan Rodgers, and after helping Northern Ireland beat Belarus 3-0 on Friday evening - a match which Grigg scored in - the striker was asked about a possible move to Celtic Park.

Wigan Athletic's Will Grigg and Gillingham's Max EhmerWigan Athletic's Will Grigg and Gillingham's Max Ehmer

However, as quoted by The Mirror, Grigg shot down the rumours by saying that he is focusing on Euro 2016 as it's a dream come true for him to be playing in France this summer, and is also happy to stay at Wigan having fired them back to the Championship - meaning if Celtic were ever interested, they may have to look elsewhere.

"At this part of the season there’s always bits and bobs flying around but I am happy at Wigan and I will just concentrate on the Euros now," said Grigg.

"It means everything to be part of the squad. My first game was with the under-17s and I’ve came through the ranks. It’s the icing on the cake to be in that final squad, it’s a dream come true," he added.

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