Fulham boss Roy Hodgson says there is no chance of him returning to Inter Milan as Jose Mourinho's successor.
Hodgson, who coached the club between 1995 and 1997 before having a second stint as caretaker in 1999, had been rumoured to be set for a third spell in charge, while Fabio Capello and Rafa Benitez have also been mentioned as possible candidates as well as Pep Guardiola and Sinisa Mihajlovic.
However, 62-year-old Hodgson said:"I don't know who could be the coach (of Inter). I saw an interview where Capello said he wanted to stay with England, but in that type of situation it is impossible to know where the truth lies.
"There has been so much speculation on Benitez's future. The last thing I heard was that he wanted to stay at Liverpool, as he still has a four-year contract.
"I haven't spoken to anyone or heard anything from Inter. There is the same type of speculation around my name as you get with Capello and Benitez.
"I have a contract with Fulham. The day I receive a call from someone, then that is the moment I'll think about these things. For the moment I'm not thinking about them."