Pete Wild says there has been no approach from Grimsby Town – but the FC Halifax manager admits it’s nice to be linked with the job.
The 34-year-old, who was only appointed by the Shaymen this summer, has been tipped as a potential replacement for Michael Jolley at the Blundell Park helm.
He remains an odds-on favourite with the bookies at 5/6 – although the betting market can, often, fluctuate quite dramatically early on.
Speaking to the Halifax Courier, Wild, whose National League side are currently fifth in the table, said: “There’s been no approach.
“It’s nice to be linked with jobs because it shows the lads are doing very well on the pitch, but no approach from my side.”