Lennon looking for new challenge
Neil Lennon says he has numerous offers to analyse before deciding where he will be playing his football next season.
Speaking after he played his final game for Celtic, Lennon said: "I'm hoping to play for another year at least and where that road takes me I don't know,"
"I'm up for a new challenge, a fresh challenge maybe with a coaching role somewhere along the line, although my main aim is to play.
"I have a few options on the table, but nothing concrete, so I can't really say where I'm going to be.
"I will speak to every club that wants to be interested really. I will speak to a few clubs, hopefully, over the next few weeks."
He added: "Being a player/manager doesn't appeal to me, I think it's difficult to do both.
"My main aim is to play and I hope the managerial side of things come later on down the line.
"I was lucky enough to work with two fantastic managers at Celtic, I worked with Martin O'Neill for 10 years and Dario Gradi before that, so if I can take wee bits from all those guys it might stand me in good stead."