Nothing has been decided yet, or at least nothing has been announced yet, when it comes to management positions in the full-time at Celtic Park.
Neil Lennon holds a role and wants to get a full-time gig. The Irishman is on the verge of an eight-in-a-row from the side he took to the end of February and the final waiting Cup in May.
If Neil to get a job in the future, it could be a case of getting the old band back together, because Johan Mjallby has just opened the door for a sensational return to the club, to rejoin the Neil in the dugout.
Turning to OpenGoal sport and more particularly, Simon Ferry, former Celtic defender and the assistant left the door open when Neil wants him back to the club.
"I lost a bit of motivation, while in Sweden in the last three years.
"I finished my professional license, so I have all my icons. I'm just helping amateur team right now and that's good.
Ferry on the issue when he returns to Celtic Under Lennon will turn to him the Swede was clear, "Oh most definitely yes."
Mjallby and Lennon went after Bolton of the Swedes returned home while Neil Lennon went to Hibs Harry Parker.
If Neil does get the job done, if he had not said that he can not bring his people, then there is a high probability that Parker and Mjallby can make a comeback.
Many Celtic supporters are split over who they want to be the next manager of the club, with no clear winner. It will be up to Dermot Desmond and Peter Lowell, to ensure that the next person is ready to tilt ten-in-a-row!