Tim Sherwood has distanced himself from the vacant managerial position at Blackburn Rovers.
Sherwood captained Blackburn to the Premier League title in 1995 and is currently cutting his teeth in coaching under Harry Redknapp at Spurs.
“I’m happy doing what I’m doing,” said Sherwood. “I’m happy learning under the best manager you could possibly have at the moment.
“I’m busy gaining my qualifications at a great club but who knows when new opportunities arise? I have not been approached but 100% I want to be a manager.
“Blackburn are a great club, a fantastic club, the best club I’ve ever played for even if they were not the biggest. They have a great academy and training facilities and a good ground.
“I know John Williams (the Blackburn chairman) well, he was the chief executive when I was there.”
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