Adam Idah in Celtic transfer limbo as he reveals Norwich expectations after talks with Carrow Road club

Adam Idah is refusing to shut the door on a permanent move to Celtic this summer.

But the Ireland striker revealed he will be reporting for pre-season training at parent club Norwich City while uncertainty over his future is ironed out. Idah ended a memorable loan spell with Celtic by firing the 90th minute winner against Old Firm rivals Rangers in the Scottish Cup final.. Fans and manager Brendan Rodgers are desperate to lure Idah to Parkhead on a full-time basis, but Norwich want at least £6 million.

And new Canaries boss Johannes Hoff Thorup will have the final say as he weighs up his squad options, just 10 days after his appointment. Idah, who will start for Ireland in Tuesday's friendly clash with Portugal in Aveiro, said: “Celtic is a massive club and built off the fans. Playing games like the Cup Final, and scoring the winner, I'm sure the fans will appreciate it and I appreciate them just as much.

“I'm still contracted to Norwich and have four years left there. I'm still going back to Norwich as it stands, I haven't really thought too much about it. I spoke briefly to Norwich about when I'm coming back. It's difficult at the start of the window as it's coming up to our summer holidays and we're on internationals right now.

“I've never been in this situation before and don't know much about how it works. We're on internationals right now and that is my main focus. Then I’ll get a holiday or two in and see what happens.”

But asked if he would like to sign for Celtic, Idah said: “Look, I'm still at Norwich and I have four years at Norwich. They are my parent club and I don't know what's going on.”