Sheffield United: Chris Morgan not interested in manager's role full-time
Last Updated: 21/10/13 5:11pm
Chris Morgan has told Sky Sports News he is not interested in taking the manager's job at Sheffield United on a full-time basis.
Following the sacking of David Weir in early October - after just four months in the post - coach Morgan took over the reins on an interim basis.
In two matches under the club's former defender, the Blades have collected three points - an away defeat by Coventry and a home success against Port Vale.
The 35-year-old remains in charge for Tuesday's trip to Peterborough and is adamant his task is to build confidence in the squad ahead of any future appointment.
Speaking about the game against Vale on Saturday, he said: "It was down to the players.
"Whenever a manager leaves a football club it's strange for the players.
"Some were in favour, others out of favour and you usually get a response and the players take the credit for the win.
"It's up to us as a group of coaches to give the players a structure. They performed well but first and foremost it was about the three points - which were vital."
As for United making a new managerial appointment, Morgan added: "The club's been working very hard behind the scenes.
"But I'm not interested in wanting the job long term. I've already spoken to the chairman and I will get behind the new manger when the time comes.
"While we're in charge my job is to get the players more confident to kick on."