Blackburn are looking for a replacement for Tony Mowbray, but speaking to the Advertiser, Warney played down the rumours
“I don't go by betting odds. I have never met anyone who bets on a manager getting a job. It's flattering that I'm the head of the football side here, so to speak, but it is more the job our lads did last year in winning a trophy and getting promoted from a very tough league."
“Why wouldn't Blackburn like what my staff have been doing here? They've done a brilliant job. It is nice to think we are included in people's conversations, but I presume that's all it is.” he added.