Former Australia quick Jason Gillespie says he is committed to coaching County side Yorkshire and has ruled himself out of the running for the England job.
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It had been speculated that Gillespie was interested in taking over from Peter Moores after England’s disastrous World Cup campaign, however, the Australian says his focus solely lies on Yorkshire.
“It’s nice to be thought of in that way, but I’ll tell you right now: I’m committed to Yorkshire and looking forward to the county season,” Gillespie is quoted as saying by AAP.
“I’m very comfortable at Yorkshire, we’ve got a great program here.
“The county season is about to kick off, we leave for Abu Dhabi on Thursday so it’s very exciting.
“My focus is 100 per cent here.”
Gillespie lead Yorkshire to its first County title in 13 years last season and has been linked to a number of international jobs.
The former paceman played 71 Tests for Australia, taking 259 wickets.