Teemu Pukki admitted he is tempted to stay at Brondby after scoring his fifth goal in just four games since moving to Denmark.

The Finnish striker is a key player for the Copenhagen side and has not stopped scoring since moving on deadline day.

Brondby fans are already demanding their board makes the move permanent in January and Pukki will keep his options open. "The most important thing is to get the win for Brondby - not my future," he said. "You never know what will happen with Celtic. Right know I am concentrating on enjoying my football and just thinking about the next match.

"If something happened with a permanent transfer, I would have to make a decision."

Per Rud, the Brondby sports director, says his club do not have to make an early decision. "He is staying until summer," he said. "What I can say is that is he has started very promisingly."