The left-winger has been linked with a move to Parkhead.
Hull's Robert Snodgrass
Snodgrass is well known for being an avid Celtic fan and the lure of playing for the Bhoys would certainly be tempting.
Mohamed Diame celebrates scoring the first goal for Hull City with Robert Snodgrass
New Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is presented to the fans after the press conference
He told the Glasgow Evening Times that he was pleased to see Rodgers at the club, but that he is still focusing on a future with Hull:
“A new manager has gone into Celtic and it’s great for Scottish football, I have to say. But, for myself, I am a Hull City player. The supporters have been terrific for me. I have a three-year contract and I’m going to give this club every drop I have until I’m told otherwise.
“I have been through so much. These team-mates of mine are brilliant. I have great rapport with them and I love going into training every day. We go in with a smile on our faces. I can’t control what happens outside the club. The only thing I can control is what happens here and I have loved every second of Hull.”
Hull City's Robert Snodgrass celebrates with teammates after he scored his sides second goal
Snodgrass, who returned to action after over a year out in December after suffering a dislocated kneecap, probably feels he still owes Hull as he had played just 32 times for the club since signing for them in August 2014.
Celtic would love to bring a player like the 16 time Scotland international but playing in the Premier League with Hull City looks like being his only prerogative at the moment.