Reported Chelsea target Guus Hiddink has admitted he misses the day-to-day nature of club management, but is refusing to be drawn on talk linking him with a return to the club.
Veteran coach Hiddink, who had a successful five-month stint in charge of the Blues two years ago, has been acting as an advisor to owner and friend Roman Abramovich ever since, while also coaching the Turkish national side.
He was installed as one of the favourites to replace Carlo Ancelotti following the Italian's sacking on Sunday but, while he says he misses the club environment, he is not focussing on anything other than Turkey's upcoming clash with Belgium.
"I have in my career very few games. I want to do more with the players on a daily basis but that is impossible because I am national team manager," he told TV show %100 Futbol.
"But I am not going into the speculation as I have to prepare the team and to make sure that no one can blame me afterwards saying I was concentrating on other things.
"I am not going into speculation, I am fully concentrated. I demand full commitment from myself so I will not go into speculation.
"I am being forced by circumstances to go into a tunnel and exclude a little bit the outside world.
"I have heard a lot of rumours and speculation.
"I have told the players they must focus on Belgium and the same goes for me. I am fully focused on getting the team ready for next Friday."