Jordan Rhodes insists he is committed to the Huddersfield Town cause after again being linked with Celtic.

The 22-year old striker, who scored more than 40 goals last season, is attracting interest from the Hoops - and not for the first time - but he has made it clear that a move to the Scottish champions is unlikely after helping the Terriers gain promotion to England's Championship.

"I don't pay too much attention to the stories," he told the Daily Mail.

"I'm proud to be a professional player for Huddersfield Town, and I'm ready to continue giving my all for the club."

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