West Brom boss Tony Pulis has rejected claims that he could be the next manager of Wales’ national side.
Pulis, a Welshman himself, discussed the chances of him becoming the manager of his country, and was quick to dismiss the rumours that he is being lined up.
Chris Coleman remains in charge of Wales, but following their disappointing exit in the World Cup 2018 qualifiers, his future has come under scrutiny. However, it’s been reported that the Welsh players are keen for him to retain his position in charge.
Pulis, as quoted by ITV, discussed the prospect of managing Wales.
I’m quite happy where I am and I think it’s wrong we’re even talking about someone who’s still in a job.
Chris has done a fantastic job there and he’ll be very disappointed at the moment, as the nation are. Time is a great healer, we’ll see what Chris does in the next couple of months.
The 59-year-old has endured a difficult start to the Premier League campaign, with his Baggies side struggling to maintain momentum in their opening seven games of the season.
Pulis will hope to rectify this when his side take on Leicester City on Saturday, as the Premier League returns.