Harry Redknapp insists he will not be thinking of the England job when he takes Tottenham to Wembley for their clash with Chelsea
Spurs chief Redknapp is the overwhelming favourite to assume the England manager's role, which has been left vacant since Fabio Capello resigned in February.
Tottenham have won just twice in the Premier League since the Italian walked out on the Three Lions and critics say the two variables must be linked.
Redknapp himself takes offence at that suggestion, however, and insists his sole focus remains Tottenham.
"I never think about it (England). Honestly, I swear, I never think about anything other than just Tottenham Hotspur," Redknapp said.
"All I think about is trying to finish this season in that top four and get to the FA Cup final. Other than that there is nothing else to occupy my mind at all."