Alan Stubbs is currently focusing on the promotion of his club, Hibernian. He is in the condition where nothing could stop him from promoting the Hibernian.
A retired professional footballer (due to the knee injury) who had played for Bolton Wanderers, Celtic, Everton (two spells), Sunderland and Derby County is now the head coach of the Hibernian club.
As his club is now in the crucial stage, he is concentrated towards only thing that is Hibs’ promotion.
Stubbs maintained in the statement that even a job of Premier League wouldn’t turn aside his concentration away from what he is hoping will prove to be a successful end to the season in Edinburgh with playoff match against Falkirk his one and only focus.
“We have made strides in my time at the club. I don’t think there’s any denying that, from when I walked in to where we are now. I’d like to achieve something with the team. All we’ve done is give ourselves an opportunity and I’d rather be in the position that we’ve achieved something in two weeks’ time. They’ve got a good opportunity to do it.”