Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho does not want to succeed Steve McClaren as England manager, according to BBC.
Mourinho, 44, has been out of football since leaving Stamford Bridge in September but is believed to be waiting for a club rather than a national post.
Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce has also said he does not want the England job.
But ex-Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello says he is interested and Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp and Reading's Steve Coppell have not ruled themselves out.
Meanwhile, former England captain Paul Ince believes the FA should re-appoint Glenn Hoddle.
The 50-year-old was England boss for three years before being sacked in February 1999 after suggesting that disabled people were being punished for sins in a previous life. BBC