Derby's football advisor has been discussing his career options.
Harry Redknapp says he would consider a job if something 'interesting' came up but says his maximum attention is on Derby County for now, according to his regular column in the London Evening Standard.
Redknapp will work at the iPro until the end of the season and has spoken of what a wonderful host Prince Ali was at Jordan.
But Derby's football advisor is not ruling anything out when it comes to his future.
Redknapp told the Standard: "Jordan was a great experience because it was so different. None of the players spoke English, the lads were all praying in the dressing room before kick-off.
"If something interesting came up, I would look at it but I don’t think I could meet such nice people again.
"Prince Ali was a wonderful host. I want to give Derby my maximum attention until the end of the season and then we’ll see where we are."
Derby are still in the play-off places and their promotion bid is now looking a lot healthier after their thrashing of Hull City.
The Rams are four points clear of seventh place and, despite automatic promotion looking out of the question, Darren Wassall and Redknapp look as though they will be guiding the Midlands outfit into the play-offs.
With six games to go, of course, nothing is guaranteed. But Derby have shown they can still produce.
As for Redknapp's future, do fans want him to stay at the iPro?