Warnock: This is my last job
New Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has revealed his new job will be his last in management.
Last Updated: 11/10/07 11:47am
New Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has revealed his latest job will be his last in management.
Warnock was confirmed as Peter Taylor's successor on Thursday following his sacking earlier this week.
The 58-year-old, who has been out of work since leaving Sheffield United at the end of last season, is looking forward to the challenge of turning around Palace's fortunes.
Last job"This is my last job - there won't be another job for me," Warnock told Sky Sports News.
"I feel I have got something to offer Simon [Jordan] and this job."
Warnock also revealed that he had turned down several other job offers before taking up the role at Palace.
"Yes [there were offers] when I left, the best part of five or six decent offers," added Warnock.
"Initially I did not feel it was right to jump right into the first job that came along."
Warnock confirmed he will be bringing in Mick Jones and Keith Curle as part of his backroom team at Selhurst Park and that he will talk with former caretaker manager Kit Symons about his future at the club.
"I am hoping to see Kit and I always have a lot of respect for Kit," continued Warnock.
"I am bringing in a couple of people. Mick Jones, who has been assistant in the past, is coming in and Keith Curle too as a coach.
"I do feel I need one or two of my own men and I will be talking to the staff today and the players tomorrow."