Redknapp: Focus is on Spurs
Harry Redknapp insists he has "not even thought about" becoming the next England manager.
The Tottenham boss, who was cleared of tax evasion charges on Wednesday, is the firm favourite to replace Fabio Capello, who resigned on Wednesday night after talks with Football Association chairman David Bernstein.
Redknapp, speaking as he left his home near Poole on Thursday morning, said on Sky News: "I've not even thought about it. I've got a job to do. I've got a big game on Saturday for Tottenham. Tottenham is my focus."
Tottenham face Newcastle at the weekend, and Redknapp insists all his attention is on that fixture.
Asked whether he could help out England this summer, Redknapp said: "I've never thought about it.
"They (the Football Association) will make whatever decision they want to make. Hopefully it'll be the right decision for the country but my focus is all on Tottenham.
"Tottenham have been fantastic to me.
"The fans last week at the Wigan game ... it was incredible the reception they gave me.
"It wouldn't be right for them, (for me) to focus on anything else but Tottenham.
"That's my only interest, is Tottenham Hotspur."