Phil Neville says he is”100 percent happy” because England Women’s boss despite links to the United States Women’s vacancy.
Ahead of Tuesday’s 2-1 friendly defeat to Norway at Bergen, it was reported Neville was the number one target of world champions USA to replace outgoing manager Jill Ellis.
But when asked about the rumours following the game, Neville – who is defined to be in control of a Great Britain team at next summer’s Tokyo Olympics – stated:”I have been linked with a number of jobs because becoming England manager and that is because my players’ve been so great.
“I have said earlier, I really like the job I am doing, it’s a huge challenge.
“The players are going in the perfect direction and that I get endorsed unbelievably from the FA. I am 100 per cent happy.”
England’s defeat to Norway currently means the Lionesses have gone four games without a win since their 3-0 World Cup victory on the very same competitors in June.
During Tuesday’s match, the Football Association announced the next fixture will be a friendly in Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium on October 5.
And Neville said:”We’ve got another game after that we’ll announce soon, and I have mentioned to them we must win both games. We have to start winning games and playing better.”

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