‘Well boss Stuart McCall has ruled himself the running for the vacant manager’s job at the Scottish FA.
McCall, capped 40 times by his country including a goal at Italia 90 against Sweden, was quoted by some bookmakers as fourth favourite.
However, the 48-year old has distanced himself from the role and is fully committed to his job at Fir Park.
[pullquote]I am flattered to be even linked with it but at this moment in time my job is at Motherwell.[/pullquote]
“If the job were available in ten years time then it would be something I would be honoured to do,” he said.
“I am flattered to be even linked with it but at this moment in time my job is at Motherwell. There are some terrific and very capable candidates out there who I am sure will do a terrific job if appointed.
“If you look at who they has been mentioned – Walter Smith, Alex McLeish, Gordon Strachan, Owen Coyle and Joe Jordan, they are all top coaches and top football men.
“Whoever gets the role will have my full backing. Although my accent may not sound like it, I am fiercely patriotic about my country and we all hope things pick up.”