JOTA insists he is fully focussed on matters on the park amid talks of a permanent Celtic contract.

The Portuguese winger has been in fine form since arriving on loan from Benfica in his homeland over the summer.

A future fee of around £6million is believed to be inserted into Jota's contract and the Glasgow giants are keen to activate it before other clubs come calling for the wide player's signature.

Jota was on the scoresheet as Celtic restored their six point gap to Rangers with victory over Ross County today, but he would not be drawn to contract talk after the full-time whistle.

He told Sky Sports: “No, not a chance. I am just enjoying day by day.

“It has been a terrific season for me so I am just enjoying getting to know the people around me.

“Be a better person, be a better football player, I am learning every day with quality people.

“I don’t talk about that, I just want to enjoy and give everything for this shirt.

“As a football player you need to keep your mind on the pitch that is all that matters.

“Contract things are for other times, so let me just play football and enjoy.”