ANDY Scott has pledged his future to Brentford.

Speculation surfaced last week that Championship strugglers Peterborough had asked for permission to speak to Scott over the vacant manager's post at London Road.

Brentford denied they had received an official approach from Posh, although chairman Greg Dyke confirmed they had been sounded out about Scott's situation at Griffin Park.

Kettering boss Mark Cooper eventually got the nod for Peterborough's hot seat, and Scott is keen to put the saga behind him and concentrate on helping the Bees up the table.

He said: "They made an enquiry, the club told them the situation and that’s as far as it went. I was very busy preparing to play Millwall.

"I signed a new contract in the summer, along with my staff. We’re building a squad here and signed Marcus Bean to a new contract.

"I wouldn’t be signing any of my players if I was looking to get away. It is flattering to be linked with clubs in the Championship, but we’ve got a job to do here.

"I always said it is a long process to get us right here and we are in the early stages of that.

"If I walked away now it wouldn’t be the right thing to do. It’s got to be the right opportunity when it comes along - that might be 10 years away.

"But if people are looking at me that means we’re doing something right here at Brentford, and that's all I want to concentrate on.”