Fulham manager Chris Coleman admits he has no plans to succeed Mark Hughes as Wales coach.
The Football Association of Wales are searching for a new boss after Hughes opted to take his first steps in to club management with Blackburn Rovers.
Coleman, who collected 32 caps during a ten-year international career with Wales, has been mooted as a candidate to replace Hughes.
But the 34-year-old is not looking to take charge of the national team as he is more than happy with his job in The Premiership with Fulham.
“I have got enough on my hands at Fulham and I really enjoy my job here,” Coleman told The Western Mail.
“Fulham have given me a great opportunity in The Premiership and I’m concentrating only on that.
“I have got a great job and I plan to carry on doing that job.”