Neil Lennon was reluctant to speculate on the potential return of scout John Park to Celtic. Park was responsible for bringing the likes of Victor Wanyama, Virgil Van Dijk, Fraser Forster and Gary Hooper to Celtic when he worked alongside Lennon in the 47-year-old's first managerial reign with the Parkhead side. With Lee Congerton linked with the vacant head of recruitment role at Leicester alongside departed Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, there have been suggestions that Park is set to hook up with Lennon once again. “He did [produce a few players], " said Lennon. "But it is a hypothetical question. Lee is still here and I have been working away with him. "I know there will be speculation about Lee’s position but he has made no indication that he wants to leave. We had a good meeting about a week ago regarding players and he was full on so everyone is putting two and two together. "Obviously there is a head of recruitment leaving Leicester and there is a place there. Would it appeal to Lee? I don’t know. I haven’t spoken to him about it. Regarding John I can’t comment on it because I still have a very good head of recruitment here at the minute." Lennon acknowledged, however, that he has kept in contact with Park since both went their separate ways. "[I speak to him] now and again," said Lennon. "He congratulated me on getting the job. At Hibs I got his opinion on a few players so he is a good guy to call upon because he is still working for a few clubs and he is a good port of call to get an opinion on a player."