Stuart McCall plays down Sheffield United return

Stuart McCall
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Motherwell manager Stuart McCall plays down speculation linking him with a return to Bramall Lane to take charge of Sheffield United.

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has distanced himself from speculation linking him with a return to League One side Sheffield United as manager.

United have been without a permanent manager since sacking Danny Wilson two weeks ago, with Chris Morgan taking charge until the end of the season.

McCall has been linked with a return to Bramall Lane having led Motherwell to second in the Scottish Premier League table and a Scottish Cup final, but he insists that he is happy at the Scottish club.

"I think it only comes from the fact I had five great years at Sheffield United," McCall told ESPN.

"It's a smashing club but I'm certainly enjoying my time at Motherwell.

"They are in the playoffs and they have got a great chance of getting up and hopefully they do."

McCall, who recently signed a new two-year contract at Motherwell, played for Sheffield United between 2002 and 2005.

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