Molby Speaks

Last updated : 27 March 2002 By Andy Beill
Molby took charge of Kidderminster Harriers for what many thought would be the last time yesterday, as they lost 2-1 at Cheltenham. However, the Dane still insists that he's going nowhere - for the time being.

"I don't want to fuel any speculation but I think one or two people will be disappointed if I am here [Kidderminster] next season and that disappoints me.
"What I know is that, by all accounts, Hull City would like me to be their new manager and that's all that I know.
"That's as far as the speculation goes, although today there have been reports coming out of all sorts of places, including my wife speaking in Denmark, so it's a funny situation where everyone is desperate for something, but there is nothing to say.
"I've got a job and I've got another two years left of my contract. We'll just have to wait and see what happens.
"If Hull come to see me there would be an outside chance I would speak to them. We'll just have to see what happens for the rest of the week, but there's every chance I'm going to be here on Saturday and beyond."