England coach Roy Hodgson is in no rush to discuss new terms.
Hodgson has admitted he is prepared to wait until after Euro 2016 before the FA make a decision on his future.
He said: "It's nice for him to say that, but 2016 is my focus. My concentration is 100% on that. There's plenty of time.
"I'm not desperate to have my future secured. I've had a long time behind me, and my future is a lot shorter than my past.
"I'm more than happy with our situation at the moment. If the day comes when a contract is discussed, I'll think about it then.
"I would be happy for it to be sorted at end of Euro 2016. I'm very happy with the support I get from the people in the Association, and to work with the players. I'm happy with that. At 67, let's be happy with that."
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