Hughes rules out Burnley switch

08 January 2010 11:51
Hibernian manager John Hughes has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager's job at Burnley.Premier League outfit Burnley are seeking to replace Owen Coyle, who left on Tuesday to take over at Bolton. [LNB]"I'm not interested," Hughes. "I've worked ever so hard to get to Hibs and it's only speculation. [LNB]"Owen done a wonderful job there. I'm ambitious and eventually I would like to go down there, but not for the foreseeable future, that's for sure." [LNB]Coyle and Hughes first moved into management in 2003 as joint bosses of Falkirk before the future Burnley manager moved on to Dundee United.[LNB] No matter what happens, I'll be here for the next three or four years Hibernian manager John Hughes Hughes took over at Easter Road in June following the departure of Mixu Paatelainen. [LNB]He left Falkirk, where he was in charge for over six years, after a season in which he avoided relegation and guided them to the Scottish Cup final. [LNB]However, the former Hibs and Celtic defender insists he still has work to do in Edinburgh in his current role. [LNB]"I'm at Hibs, I'm enjoying it here, I've got work here and I owe it to the supporters to put that straight right now," said Hughes. [LNB]"No matter what happens, I'll be here for the next three or four years, hopefully, but to do that I need to get results. [LNB]"It's alright for me to say that, but I need to get results."

Source: BBC_Sport