He said: "If you're an Englishman it would be hard to turn it down. It's the pinnacle of your career.
"Honestly, it's not something I sit at home and ever think about. I really don't."
Former FA executive director
believes Redknapp would be the fans' choice to take over.
"If you had a poll of all the football supporters in the country, Harry would be the overwhelming top choice for the job," he said.
"But there are a few other strong candidates, who are also English, and one or two who aren't as well."
Former Portsmouth and Leicester striker and BBC pundit
believes Redknapp is the ideal candidate to succeed Capello.
"He's the right age, it's the right time and I think in the past couple of years he's opened a lot of people's eyes to what he is capable of," Claridge said.
"He is very good tactically and he can get the best out of players without having to spend fortunes."
, who managed England between 1990 and 1993, says Redknapp is the obvious choice to succeed Capello now that he has been cleared of accepting secret untaxed bonus payments during his time in charge of Portsmouth.
"Should the FA wish to offer him the England manager's job it's a clear path for them," he said.
"Harry Redknapp is well in line to become the next England manager, and now that his innocence has been proved I fully expect it to happen."
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