NEIL Lennon has admitted Celtic are "spinning a few plates" on two players entering the final days of the transfer window and hope to make at least one new signing.

Lennon has brought in Albian Ajeti, Vasilis Barkas and David Turnbull as well as Shane Duffy and Mohammed Elyounoussi on loan this summer.

However, the Parkhead boss is still keen to strengthen his squad further and has been linked with Charlton Athletic midfielder Alfie Doughty and Prston North End left back Ben Davies.

He is also determined to hold on to every player he has at his disposal - including centre half Kristoffer Ajer, playmaker Ryan Christie and striker Odsonne Edouard.

Ajer, Christie and Edouard have been linked with clubs down south and across Europe in recent weeks, but their manager, whose side is bidding to complete 10-In-A-Row in the 2020/21 campaign, wants to keep them in Glasgow.

"I speak to Nick (director of football operations Hammond) every day," he said. "We are spinning a few plates on a couple of players. We want to add maybe just one to the squad and keep everybody else.

"It’s going to be fraught because it’s the last week of the window. There could be a lot of people scrambling for players and we are not immune to that, but we don’t want to sell.

"We don’t want to sell anybody - and I think we are quite strong on that at the minute."