Andy Walker has revealed he won't cover games in Scotland for Sky Sports next season.

The commentator confirmed the decision after 14 years on-screen.

However, he is hoping to keep covering English matches for the broadcaster.

The former Celtic striker had been a regular in Sky Sports' coverage of the Scottish Premiership.

But there will be a new person in his role for the coming season as he confirmed he had signed off covering Scottish matches for Sky Sports.

He told the Go Radio Football Show: "I did sign off last night. That will be my last Sky game in Scotland.

"I’m hoping to retain all the English games that I do.

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"But I’ve been there for 14 years and I’ve really enjoyed it. I know we get a bit of stick here and there but I think it’s a truly talented and hard-working team in Scotland.

"And I think whoever gets the gig, I hope they enjoy it as much as I have because it’s been an absolute blast. I’ve really loved it."

The news comes after reports claimed Chris Sutton is set to join Sky Sports for coverage next season.

The Parkhead hero has been a regular contributor for BT Sports but it's thought he will switch broadcasters at the start of next season.

He will now seemingly join up alongside Kris Boyd, as well as presenter Eilidh Barbour and fellow pundit James McFadden.

Meanwhile, ex-Motherwell manager Stevie Hammell has been appointed head of academy coaching at Celtic.

On his new role, he said: “It is a great honour to join Celtic and I am really excited about the opportunity that has been given to me.

"It is a hugely successful and exciting time for the Club at all levels and I am looking forward to making my own contribution to add to the fantastic ongoing work right across our Academy.  

"I know the Club has a rich history of developing its own young players. It is an important area for the Club and I can’t wait to get started to play my part in working with our coaches to bring our players through to make their own contribution to this great club at the highest level.”