England hopes over - Redknapp
After missing out on the post this time around Harry Redknapp believes he will never be handed the England manager's job.
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson was the surprise choice by the FA despite the fact that Redknapp had been the overwhelming favourite for the past four months to land the post.
The Spurs boss now believes his chance has passed and he will never get the call from the FA and from here on in he will be concentrating on being the boss of Spurs, and looking forward to a summer holiday.
He told the BBC: "I don't think it will ever happen now.
"Roy has four years and I hope he sees it out and has great success.
"I didn't wake up and I think on Monday morning 'what's happened to me, I'm not the England manager'.
"It saved me making a decision in all honesty because I'm very happy at Tottenham. I wish Roy all the best. I'm fed up of hearing my name mentioned now, I'm history.
"I'm not bothered, I've got a great job and I'm lucky. There are lots of lads who are cleverer than me who are managing at lower division clubs.
"I'm lucky I'm managing a top four, top five club, one of the best in the country. I don't feel like anyone owes me anything.
"I'm looking forward to a summer holiday. I've had a difficult year."