Mackay 'would love' Scotland job
Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay says he would like to manage Scotland at some point in his managerial career.
The former Watford chief is one of the many names touted as a possible replacement for under-pressure Craig Levein but does not want to cause any speculation over the Scotland manager's future.
Mackay says being in charge of the national side is a "long term" ambition and for the time being he is only concentrating on getting Cardiff promoted.
"Craig Levein is Scotland manager and is the man charged with leading our national team forward. It would be disrespectful to talk about that - all Scots want Craig to do well," Mackay told Wales online.
"In the long term I would love to manage my country one day. But I stress I am talking long term. I am a very proud Scot who was delighted to play for my country. It was one of the best achievements of my career."