Wycombe Wanderers' Paul Lambert says he would have to consider the Scotland manager's job - if he was approached.
Lambert's Wycombe are eighth in England's League Two
A newspaper report linked the former Borussia Dortmund and Celtic midfielder with the national vacancy.
And he said: "I'll have to see if I'm asked. It's an honour to be linked to your national team, but I think it is just pure speculation at the moment.
"I've never really thought about it until I heard the report to be honest. I've just concentrated on Wycombe."
Scotland are seeking a new manager after Alex McLeish left for Birmingham but are not likely to make an appointment until the new year.
Lambert's Wycombe, meanwhile, sit eighth in England's League Two.
"I've loved it here, no doubt about it, but we'll see what happens," said the former Livingston manager.
Meanwhile, Zenit St Petersburg coach Dick Advocaat has ruled himself out of the running for the manager's jobs with Scotland and England.