Premiership champions Celtic are running the rule over Hull City winger Kamil Grosicki with just two days remaining before the window closes - according to a report.

The 31-year-old Polish international is out of contract in the summer but the Championship side have an option to extend his stay for a further 12 months.

Grosicki is one of Hull's biggest earners and the likes of Nottingham Forest are understood to be keeping tabs on him, according to the Daily Mail.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has made it clear he would like to bring in a wide man before the window closes and they have already scouted Bristol City standout Niclas Eliasson.

Grosicki, who has 73 caps for his country, has been with Hull since 2017 and has scored seven goals in all competitions this season.

Despite the clamour to bring in new arrivals - Lennon was urged a note of caution ahead of Friday's transfer deadline.

He said: “We’re working away but if we don’t bring anyone else in then I’ll be happy with what we have.

“The squad has good depth and quality.

“You’re always hoping that anyone who comes in hits the ground running and you want to freshen the place up but you also want to move players out who are unhappy because they haven’t been featuring.

“It helps that we had a good window last summer. I can’t guarantee we’ll do any more business this month. Sometimes, towards the end of a window, players become available that you wouldn’t have expected so we’ll see.”

Celtic have already secured the signings of Patryk Klimala and Ismaila Soro this month.

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