Allardyce is one of several manager linked with the vacant Rangers position, after Pedro Caixinha's Ibrox exit.
Sam Allardyce has responded to Rangers supporters speculating that he could become the new Ibrox manager.
Rangers are still seeking Pedro Caixinha's successor, a fortnight since the Portuguese was relieved of his duties after a disastrous seven months in Glasgow.
Allardyce is one of several bosses linked with the Ibrox role, and his presence in Scotland this week caused a stir among some Rangers fans.
But when informed that some have been asking questions about himself and Rangers, the former England manager told Talksport [Thursday, 09:25]: "It’s because I was in Scotland yesterday, isn’t it? I was up there [inaudible] definitely... not going to Rangers."
Shortly afterwards [09:42], the show's presenter, Alan Brazil, revisited the topic of Rangers' next boss, revealing that Neil Warnock has a holiday home in Scotland and is "never away from Ibrox".
Allardyce, who previously said he was attending a League Managers’ Association event in St Andrew's, replied: "Is he not? There you go then - what better manager would you want? I’m sure Cardiff would want a say on that."
Allardyce has also been linked with the vacant Everton position, but insisted earlier on the show he "wouldn't be sat here talking if Everton were negotiating a contract with me".
The 63-year-old is no longer favourite for the role with most bookmakers, having been overtaken by Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth.
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