Scotland boss Steve Clarke has ruled himself out of the running for the Celtic manager’s job.
John Kennedy is a caretaker manager at the club after Neil Lennon’s resignation but Clarke has been linked with the position.
Clarke is among the favourites to replace Lennon but during a Q&A session with Edinburgh-based club Team United, which supports young people with autism and helps them overcome social barriers, he was asked about his plans after this summer’s delayed 2020 Euros.
He said: “After the Euros, I will go on a big holiday. It is going to be very tiring then we will decide what happens”.
“But I have a contract with the Scottish FA up until December 2022 and hopefully I can take the team to the World Cup finals in Qatar in 2022 as well, that would be great, and then maybe I can think about club football.”
He added: “When you have been in football as long as me, you tend not to look too far ahead”.
Clarke is currently preparing for this month’s World Cup qualifiers against Austria, Israel, and the Faroe Islands.
He leads Scotland at their first major finals since 1998 during this summer’s rearranged European Championship.