Andy Ritchie has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager's job at Bradford.
The Bantams are without a boss following Stuart McCall's resignation this week and Ritchie has been linked with the job along with Accrington boss John Coleman, Jim Magilton and Russell Slade.
Former Oldham and Barnsley boss Ritchie applied for the job at Valley Parade when McCall was appointed, but is not looking for a return to football at the moment.
"I did have an interview at Bradford before Stuart got the job and I wouldn't say I'd never go back in (to management)," Ritchie told the Telegraph & Argus.
"Football is still in my blood but at the moment I'm just enjoying what I am doing and I'm not looking at anything.
"I feel very sorry for Stuart actually. It's a tough job anyway and he had to lose some of his good players at the end of last season."