York City boss Billy McEwan has said that he has rejected an offer from an unnamed Football League club to take over as their manager.
McEwan insists he wants to stay and "rebuild" York City
"I owe it to the fans to stay at York," McEwan told his club's website.
"We've got a good team who are playing well and have great potential. I am helping to rebuild a football club."
The only two League clubs currently without a manager are League Two duo Bristol Rovers and Mansfield Town - who both have caretaker bosses in charge.
McEwan has steered York to second place in the Conference after 14 games of the season.