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Roberto Martinez has talked about his future as the Belgium boss as Tottenham continue their search for a new manager.
Spurs have been linked with a host of coaches after Jose Mourinho ‘s sacking from the north London club in mid-April.
Martinez is another name that has been floating around, alongside Mauricio Pochettino and Antonio Conte.
The Spaniard has been in charge of the Belgium national team since 2016 after leaving Everton and is now preparing for the European Championships with his side having big expectations to contend with.
But the 47-year-old has now cast doubt over his future with the Red Devils, saying he is the “wrong man” to ask about where he will be managing beyond the upcoming Euros.
“I came to Belgium for two years [in 2016] so whenever you ask about future planning, I am the wrong man, I’m sure I’m going to give you the wrong answer,” Martinez told the Times.
“I’ve got a contract until the World Cup in Qatar but my commitment was always very clear.
“I had opportunities to leave in the last 18 months but it was the Euros. The commitment to doing the Euros is the only thing I’m sure about.”