Roy Hodgson has moved to Liverpool as reports of Harry Rednapp becoming England manager continue.

The 62 year old, who steered Fulham to the Europa League last season was a key contender for England manager before his confirmation as the new manager of Liverpool.

Speaking on the Liverpool website, Roy added that he was taking on the "biggest job in club football" and reports of him becoming England manager now appear to have been wide of the mark.

Despite this, Harry Redknapp, who himself has been linked to the job, still remains the bookies favorite at 6/4.

"I'm English, who wouldn't want to manage England? There's not an Englishman - whether it's me, Roy Hodgson or Sam Allardyce - who would turn the job down because it's our country and we want to manage our country." said Harry on whether he would consider taking up the job.

However, with Capello given the job of reforming the development of English football from the top down, Sir Dave Richards, the Premier League chairman is being urged to keep him in the job for his ten years' experience at helping set up AC Milan's academy.

"Fabio Capello is not a fool, he is an immensely talented coach who will already be plotting qualification for the next European Championship." said Harry Redknapp in his weekly column today. "But big decisions have to be made about selecting the right system and personnel that will allow the team to compete properly."

Harry, who has successful led Tottenham Hotspurs into the Champions League has just one year left on his contract now and was last reported as saying he would sit down and extend it on 9 June.