FORMER Bolton boss Owen Coyle insists he will not rush into his next job after being backed by Millwall supporters to replace Kenny Jackett.
Coyle is the marginal fans' favourite to take over at The Den but, speaking in the Scottish press over the weekend, the 46-year-old claimed he would bide his time before returning to management.
He told the Daily Record: "I've been fortunate throughout my playing and managerial career to work with good clubs. I'll know when the right opportunity comes along to take me into the next phase of my career.
"I could do my media work every day of the week if I wanted to in the meantime but I am selective where that's concerned as well."
According to reports, Coyle, who is said to be interested in the vacant hotseat at Wolves, has rejected six approaches since being sacked by Wanderers last season.
Meanwhile, the Lions' fan on the board, Peter Garston, has ruled out the possibility of QPR youth team coach Marc Bircham being appointed as Jackett's successor.