Motherwell boss Stuart McCall insists that he is not looking for another job, despite reports suggesting that he will replace Steve Kean at Blackburn Rovers.
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has revealed that he is "not pursuing" another managerial venture following reports linking him to the vacancy at Blackburn Rovers.
The Championship club are in the hunt for a new coach following the resignation of Steve Kean, who had been unpopular with many fans since last season in the Premier League.
"If you're happy in your work, then the grass isn't always greener," BBC Sport quotes McCall as saying. "I'm certainly not pursuing anything."
Henrik Larsson, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Alan Shearer are among the names to have been linked to the job at Ewood Park.
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