London – Roy Hodgson unconcerned about his future as manager of the England national team. He prefers to focus lead England Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Hodgson who handles the UK since 2012 it has a contract until next year. FA chairman, Greg Dyke, has revealed that Hodgson will get a new contract before the European Cup in 2016, but not in the near future.
About the new contract, Hodgson admitted relaxed. For him, there are more important things to think about at this time, which led England to qualify for the European Championship 2016 to be held in France.
Britain is currently leading the standings in Group E with 12 points from four matches. On Saturday (03/28/2015) pm dawn, the Three Lions will host Lithuania in advanced kualfikasi.
“Yes, of course (I relax), that’s what I’ve always said,” Hodgson said as quoted by ESPN FC.
“Today we have an important task in front of us. Talk about English in France and what the British did in France was very nice, but we have not been there. We have six qualifying matches for the win. It was a pretty big task, challenge large enough. ”
“I’m happy with it. What I said when I asked about my future exactly what was said Greg (Dyke). It looks like we are on the same track this matter,” he added.