"If I were to ever return to Holland, I would immediately settle at a club where I've already played," he told PSV's official website.
"I had a great time at PSV and there is a lot of history for me there. But I'm not thinking of a return now. If you start talking about it, people start drawing conclusions."
This does sound as a non starter but it has been rumoured for some time that Jan would return home in the summer.
In more relevant news, Big Jan managed to get on the scoring list for the second consecutive game last night as he expertly brushed the ball over the line with his 'head', although any thoughts of the ball meeting his cranium should be dismissed instantly - it didn't appear to be that 'head'.
Celtic had a rampant time in front of goal last night, with the woodwork denying Celtic three times. Gary Caldwell opened the scoring (why oh why oh why did I not listen to my pre match instinct and put a wee deep sea diver on heid to score first???).
JVH added a second after the break in a game that Celtic were never really in any danger of losing, although some sloppy play and crazy decisions maybe allowed John Hughes' side a little more of the ball than they truly deserved.
Celtics third goal was a thing of beauty and is bound to end up in the running for goal of the season (probably to be pipped to the post by Crosas' V Hearts). Caldwell played the ball out to Hinkel on the wing, who duly let the ball run between his legs and spun 180 degrees in one motion totally bamboozling his marker. He then strode infield and stroked a pass to McGeady who bent a low shot past the 'Keeper with the outside of his right boot.
The final goal was a bizarre moment. One Centre half (Caldwell) picks up the ball deep in the opposition half and cuts it back to the other Centre half (McManus) who duly dinks a cross to the back post for the LB (O'Dea) to finish! Total football or what?
Another bizarre moment was the advert on the big screens for the forthcoming release of the DVD tribute to the late great Tommy Burns. Who the feck did they get to do that voice over? Was it someone who had their voice box replaced with an electronic one like the family of smokers in Chewing the Fat or was it indeed the failed actor Ronald (gies a pie 'n' a paris bun) Villiers from the same once funny show?
Could they not find anyone else capable of adding a fitting and emotional voice over or was it a problem with the speakers in the North Stand? We should be told!
Yours in Celtic