Blackburn Rovers boss Mark Hughes won't consider any offer from Manchester City.

The Welshman is understood to be City's top target following the collapse of a proposed £120million takeover involving the ex-Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

The City board are coming under increased pressure to appoint a manager to replace Stuart Pearce although no official offer has yet been lodged at Ewood Park.

But Hughes is expected to snub any impending offer and maintain his focus on improving on Rovers' 10th-place finish last term.

A source close to Hughes told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph: "Mark is happy where he is and he's fully focused on the job he has at Blackburn."