Neil Warnock says that he has no plans to walk away from football following his exit from Leeds United yesterday.
Neil Warnock has revealed that he does not intend to stop working within football following his exit from Leeds United.
The former Queens Park Rangers boss parted company with the Championship outfit after witnessing his side lose 2-1 to Derby County yesterday.
It had been suggested that Warnock would walk away from the game following a managerial career that's spanned over 33 years, but the 64-year-old has claimed that he is open to "opportunities".
"I don't think you can say the end," Warnock told Sky Sports News. "There are all sorts of opportunities.
"I've been talking to a company for a few weeks that can help me with the media side, which I'm interested in."
Former Reading boss Brian McDermott has emerged as the bookies' favourite to take the helm at Elland Road.
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