Harry Redknapp has revealed that he does not go to games anymore in case he is linked with managerial jobs at football clubs.
The 65-year-old is currently out of football management after his departure from Tottenham Hotspur in June.
"It is difficult you know [to be out of management] but at the moment I will be honest with you mate, I quite enjoyed the break in a way, it hasn't been a problem for me," Redknapp told Ian Wright on Absolute Radio.
"I follow, I watch all the games on TV, I haven't been going to any Premier League games.
"I don't want to [have the situation of] 'What is he doing here, he's after the job or something?' So I keep out the way, I have been going to Bournemouth and I definitely don't want a job there."
Redknapp, who joined Bournemouth in an advisory role in September, added that he has not been offered a managerial job from an English club yet.
"There's certainly nothing in any of [links to clubs], I have never spoken to anybody about going," he said.
"I have had offers to go abroad, quite a few offers from some decent clubs to be honest, but in this country there's nothing happening at the moment, it's too early.
"If it was a good club, that I thought had a chance of going up and going somewhere it wouldn't be a problem.
"I enjoy football, wherever I go, I have got no divine rights so I'm only going to manage so and so. If it is a good job and I fancy having a go, I would do it."
Redknapp was in charge of Tottenham from 2008 to 2012.