NEW Peterborough boss Steve Evans admitted being Celtic manager would be the only job with more appeal for him.
The 55-year-old Scot, who quit Mansfield Town during the week, said: “It’s probably the second club that’s closest to my heart, the first being Glasgow Celtic.
“I’ve been in and around this city for the best part of 30 years – and probably for the best part of 20 years I’ve wanted to be the gaffer here.”
Evans has agreed an unspecified “long-term” contract with Posh, who are eighth in League One and just three points outside the play-off places.
He added: “I want to do well enough here that Dermot Desmond of Celtic picks up the telephone in two or three years and says Brendan Rodgers is off to somewhere in the Premier League, would you come and be our manager?
“Peterborough United doing well in the Championship gives me a chance, doesn’t it?”