Mat Ryan has hinted he'd be willing to join Celtic despite rumours linking him to Real Sociedad.

The Brighton goalkeeper spent last season on loan at Arsenal but could be on the way out of Graham Potter's side.

Parkhead has been touted as a potential destination for the Australian international though nothing has been set in stone. And the stopper himself admitted he'd be willing to listen to offers.

Asked whether he'd prefer "paella or haggis," on Fox Sports in Oz, Ryan stopped short of confirming his next club. Though he implied he'd be open to Parkhead. "Haggis every day of the week," he responded to the question.

“Nah, at the minute I’m on the fence. I’m not sure what I fancy, what my taste buds are craving just now. I’ll have to wait and see. At the minute, just nothing. I’m just waiting and seeing. Until, I guess, I get a bit of a craving to find out."

Ange Postecoglou is a fan of Ryan, but the goalie continued to be hesitant to reveal his plans.

“I mean, it’s obviously always flattering to have interest and all that," he added. There’s been a lot of speculation about it, I guess, people putting two and two together.

“Realising that I guess I’m probably at the stage of my career now where [a move] is probably going to be happening given the circumstances at Brighton.

“And obviously, given the relationship between Ange and I in the past, in the national team, I think there’s a lot of people putting two and two together. It’s interesting, that move may come about.

“I’m not really sure what’s going, just waiting and seeing. And trying to give the diplomatic answer.”