Stuart Pearce not worried about his future with the Football Association

Stuart Pearce insists that he is not concerned by having less than 12 months left on his contract with the Football Association.

England Under-21 manager Stuart Pearce has insisted that he is not concerned about his future with the Football Association.

Pearce has a contract with the FA that is due to expire next summer, after joining as a youth coach in 2007.

During his time with the national setup Pearce has also coached the Great Britain Olympic team, and acted as assistant manager to Fabio Capello during his spell as Three Lions boss.

The 50-year-old told Sky Sports News: "I don't think there is any real issue in respect to my future.

"I've been with the FA for five and a half years and every time my contract is up for renewal, I renew it when it runs out, basically.

"That's happened on the last two occasions and I don't see that changing in any way, shape or form this time around either. Whatever I do won't be influenced before next summer anyway."

Pearce's team play their final group qualifying match against Norway on Sunday, where a win will give them priority seeding for the 2013 European Championships in Israel.

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