Östersund manager Graham Potter has told the Swedish media he’s not thinking about a move to the Premier League.
The 42 year old has been linked with the West Bromwich Albion job in recent weeks.
Speaking to Fotboll Direkt, Potter was asked if heading to the English top flight was a dream for him: “No, I dream of winning everything in Sweden with Östersund and that we are going to get into the Champions League. It is my and the club’s ambition. Then we have the greatest respect for how ambitious it sounds.
“Many big clubs in Sweden are fighting for the same thing. But I would lie if I said it wasn’t my dream to win SM gold and play the Champions League with ÖFK.”
The Englishman has also been linked with the West Brom job with Alan Pardew failing to turn things round at the Hawthorns.
Despite signing a four year deal with OFK it’ll be interesting to see if West Brom come in for Potter if they are relegated to the Championship, which is looking very likely after the defeat to Bournemouth last weekend.
The temptation to play for his former club and return to the Baggies may be hard to turn down if OFK don’t get into the Champions League this season.