Listen: Warnock refuses to rule out last hurrah with Town

Former Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock refused to rule himself out of a potential management job at Ipswich Town.

The much travelled manager is looking for one last job between now and the end of the season before retiring from the game.

Warnock, who has eight promotions on his CV, has been mentioned as one of the possible successors if current manager Paul Lambert walks out on Town.

The 71 year old, who knows Evans, has been spoken to about taking over at Town in the past, most notably after Roy Keane’s departure in 2012.

Speaking on Alan Brazil’s Sports Breakfast Show (from 09:40 onwards), when asked if he had ‘itchy feet’ and wanted to get back in management, Warnock replied: “After Christmas, I’ll do something, I’m not bothered about what level it is, I’ll do something till the end of the season, if its (the job) the right one, if its something that wets my appetite.”

Warnock was then asked directly about the potential of managing Ipswich, Warnock replied: “I get linked with everything, all managers do… but if the right thing comes up, I’m not bothered what it is, I just want to enjoy myself until the end of the season really”.

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