Fulham boss Chris Coleman has ruled himself out of the running to become the new manager of Wales.

Coleman was amongst the front-runners to take over from Mark Hughes after he took charge of his final game for the country in Wednesday’s defeat to Poland.

The Football Association of Wales are now drawing up a list of candidates for the role of national team boss.

Coleman, who won 32 caps for Wales, admitted he was flattered to be linked with the role, but believes the timing is wrong.

“I’m flattered to be linked with that job, but I’m not ready to do it yet,” said Coleman.

“If I was to do it now it’d be a slap in the face for my chairman.”