Phil Neville says he is”100 per cent happy” as England Women’s boss despite connections to the United States Women’s vacancy.
Ahead of Tuesday’s defeat in Bergen to Norway, it was reported Neville was that the number one goal of world champions.
However, when asked about the rumours following the match, Neville – who’s defined to be in control of a Great Britain team in next summer’s Tokyo Olympics – stated:”I’ve been connected with lots of jobs since becoming England manager and that’s because my players’ve been so great.
“I’ve said before, I love the job I’m doing, it is a tremendous challenge.
“The players have been heading in the ideal direction and I get endorsed unbelievably by the FA. I am 100 percent happy.”
England’s defeat to Norway means the Lionesses have gone four games without a win since their 3-0 World Cup quarter-final victory over the competitors in June.
During Tuesday’s game, the Football Association announced the following fixture will be a friendly against Brazil in Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium.
And Neville said:”We have another game then that we’ll announce shortly, and I have said to them we must win both matches. We must begin winning games and playing .”
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