Roy Hodgson opens door to future big club job

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Fulham manager Roy Hodgson admits he would be keen to manage a "so-called big club" in the future.

The former Switzerland and Inter Milan coach has become a wanted man after transforming Fulham from Premier League strugglers into Europa League finalists within two years.

That success has seen Hodgson linked with a number of clubs, as well as being mentioned a contender for the England job if Fabio Capello leaves after the World Cup.

Hodgson, who is on a one-year rolling contract at Craven Cottage, conceded that the challenge of taking on a big club would appeal if the time is right.

He told the press: "If the day comes when a so-called big club wants me and I'm available then I would be happy to do it.

"If the question is 'Now you've reached this final are you putting yourself on the market to try to get the biggest club you can get?' then the answer is no, I'm not.

"I've signed a contract here. I'm happy at Fulham. Until I hear otherwise that's where I intend to be working.

"There's always speculation about managers. The speculation is rife about me at the moment but it will be rife around someone else in the future. That's the nature of things."

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