Harry Redknapp: "I'm in no rush for new job"

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Harry Redknapp says that he will wait for the right job to come along after leaving Tottenham Hotspur in June.

Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has said that he is in no rush to find a new club and that he will wait for the right project.

Redknapp was sacked as Spurs boss in June and has since been linked with a number of roles including Russian national team manager, a job eventually taken by Fabio Capello.

The 65-year-old told Sky Sports News: "It's early days, I am just going to take it easy and see what comes up and take it as it comes.

"I am in no rush to dive into anything. If something comes along that I like and suits me, great, but if it doesn't it is not a problem."

Redknapp endured a difficult end to last season, missing out on Champions League qualification with Spurs and being passed up by the FA for the England job in favour of Roy Hodgson.

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