Harry eyes top level return
Redknapp would find it tough to work with 'inferior players'
Last Updated: August 26, 2012 11:46am
Harry Redknapp: Former Tottenham boss remains keen to work at the highest level
Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp remains keen to get back into the game at the top level and would find it difficult to work with 'inferior players'.
The 65-year-old was sacked by Spurs in June after four years at the helm at White Hart Lane and has seen the new season begin while he remains out of work.
Redknapp, who was the hot favourite for the England role before the Football Association appointed Roy Hodgson, is unlikely to take a job abroad and feels his CV makes him best suited to a top-flight role.
He said: "I've managed good players at Tottenham and at Portsmouth and at West Ham. I enjoy working with good players to be honest with you.
"When you've been working with top players it's very difficult to work with inferior players if you like."
Harry Redknapp Quotes of the week
"When you've been working with top players it's very difficult to work with inferior players if you like.
"I think I am capable of managing at the very top level so we'll see what comes up.
"England is home to the grandkids and everything else is here - it would be difficult unless it was the right offer (abroad) I really fancied and was a special offer.
"Other than that I would look to manage in England in the future.
"I love it, I love the Premier League, I enjoy English football and I enjoy being in England."