West Brom are looking for a new manager in the wake of Alan Pardew's departure. But Mick McCarthy isn't being considered, although he will be leaving Ipswich Town at the end of the season and will be looking to take on a new project himself.
The Baggies have no plans to bring in a new manager in until the summer, with youth coach Darren Moore taking temporary charge. But they will be interviewing several candidates in the coming weeks.
According to Sky Sports, McCarthy is open to taking over at West Brom and reckons he can return them to the Premier League quickly, given their current relegation prospects. But the club are understood to have concerns as he's previously managed at Wolverhampton, their Black Country rivals.
They have decided to pursue other candidates instead. And Leicester assistant coach
McInnes and Wilder don't seem to be interested, however.
“It’s only a rumour and I’m not going to spend the next six or seven weeks of the season talking about speculation.
“This is my football club, as everybody knows,” Wilder declared after being quizzed on the possibility. “I just want to keep getting results here, keep doing well and keep improving us here.”