Glenn Hoddle has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager's job at Southampton.
The former England boss has been linked with a possible return to Southampton as a replacement for new Scotland manager George Burley.
However, Hoddle says the timing is not right for a return to management as he is committed to his new academy project in Spain.
"At the moment I am right in the middle of getting my academy up and running in Spain," Hoddle told the Daily Express.
"While I am flattered to be linked to a return to Southampton, it isn't right for me now.
"If it was not for the Academy, I would definitely give it serious consideration.
"But the Academy is very important to me. I have been developing it for 14 months, and am talking to potential investors."