The Scotland boss is clearly not keen on getting the Villa job.
Aston Villa are currently on the hunt for a new manager after a mutual agreement to part company with Frenchman Remi Garde.
The club are going through turmoil at the moment. Villa are chopping and changing the hierarchy at the club in an attempt to fix the problems but will be playing in the Championship next season, barring a miracle.
Plenty of names have been linked with the club since Garde was moved on.
The likes of David Moyes, Nigel Pearson and Mick McCarthy have all been linked with coming in to Villa Park to sort things out on the pitch.
But one man who is certainly not interested is former Celtic and Southampton boss Gordon Strachan.
The Scotland national team coach was on BT Sport’s Fletch and Sav on Saturday in the build-up to Villa’s game with Chelsea.
After being asked by Villa legend Ian Taylor if he was up for the job, he had a succinct reply:
“I’m fine thank you.”
Of course Strachan does not look like a serious candidate for the role anyway, but his response might sum up the way many feel about the opportunity to join Aston Villa given their current predicaments.