Redknapp: ‘Good luck Roy, my future is with Tottenham’

07:59 30 April 2012

West Brom have allowed the FA to speak to Roy Hodgson

West Brom have allowed the FA to speak to Roy Hodgson

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Spurs boss happy to stay at Spurs

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has wished Roy Hodgson good luck after he was approached to become the next England manager.

The Spurs chief was the odds-on favourite to succeed Fabio Capello, who resigned in February.

However the FA revealed last night that they have been granted permission to speak to Hodgson by his current employers, West Brom.

“Good luck to Roy,” The Sun quotes Redknapp as saying. “I can see my future at Tottenham and I would like to stay, but that is down to the chairman.”

Hodgson has previously managed at international level with Finland, UAE and Switzerland.

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