Spotlight back on O'Neill as Flores says no to Stoke

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Flores explained his decision during a press conference for Espaynol today. "I'm well, absolutely content with my situation", Flores told Sky Sports on Saturday.

Stoke managerial target Quique Sanchez Flores has committed his future to Espanyol amid heavy speculation that he is to be the next Stoke manager.

"My instinct is that the proposal is so interesting plus the fact that Espanyol have not kept their promise from when Quique first arrived suggests to me that will announce his depature from Espanyol".

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"I belong to Espanyol, I have contract and am honest with the club". He said, "I'm here and at no point have I said the opposite". I am well and quite happy with my situation. We are happy, we have many things that make us feel like that.

Martin O'Neill and Derby County manager Gary Rowett have been linked with the job vacancy, with the latter recently ruling himself out of a move after he signed a new deal with the Rams.

According to the Telegraph, the Potters have officially offered O'Neill and his assistant Roy Keane a return to Premier League management.

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The Potters sacked Mark Hughes last Saturday with the club in the Premier League relegation zone.

Stoke had hoped to have their new manager in place for the Premier League game against Manchester United on Monday, but that now looks unlikely.

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