England boss Roy Hodgson insists he is relaxed over his future after Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said he could keep his job if the Three Lions reached the quarter finals at Euro 2016.
Hodgson’s contract expires at the end of the tournament in France, with England on the brink of reaching the last 16.
“It’s been raised many times before, it doesn’t make any difference one way or another,” he said at a press conference.
“My contract runs out after this tournament, that’s fact everyone has known about for the last two years. On a regular basis it gets brought up – should I stay, do I want to stay, what should the FA do?
“Nothing changes in that respect. For myself and the players there is only one thing on our minds and that’s to win the next game and see how far we can go.”