Former QPR manager Harry Redknapp has said that he won't be joining Yeovil Town on a permanent basis.

The recently-sacked Birmingham City boss has been linked with an advisory role with the Glovers, but the 70-year-old told TalkSPORT that he isn't wanting to tie himself down long-term.

Speaking to Max Rushden and Micky Quinn on the Sports Breakfast, Redknapp said: "Darren Way rang me and asked me if I can pop down any time I can and spend the morning with him.

A detailed look at why QPR's former Arsenal youngster Luke Freeman is a front-runner for the PFA Fans player of the year award

"I wouldn't be making a commitment long-term or full-time. I am going to do down, have a cup tea and have a chat with him. After that, if I can get to a game I will do, but it is not something I will be doing full on."