Departing Dundee supervisor Mark McGhee hopes his time as a Premiership boss isn’t over regardless of his looming go out from Dens Park.
The former Aberdeen participant will go away the Dark Blues after these days’s fit at Livingston after their relegation used to be showed midweek.
He took over till the tip of this time period from James McPake in February however has received one recreation since, a 3-1 victory in opposition to Hibs on Tuesday.
McGhee ignored the primary six video games of his tenure thru a touchline ban from his final control gig within the league at Motherwell.
It’s been determined he may not lead Dundee within the Championship and neither will assistant Simon Rusk as he departs for a task throughout the English FA.
A possibility to control at this stage once more continues to be at the 64-year-old’s thoughts.
He advised BBC: “I think staying up was always a major part of the decision. It all makes sense to me. I am party to the decision in the end.
“I feel within the Premiership there’s a position for a supervisor like myself, who’s a supervisor fairly than a trainer at the present time.
“I’m not sure in the Championship that’s required – a young coach with the energy that I can’t bring to the training ground any more.
“I’m 100 in step with cent on board with the verdict and I’m fairly ok with it.
“I enjoyed my time here. I am hugely disappointed we didn’t manage to stay up of course.”