Tisdale "happy" at Exeter

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Exeter manager Paul Tisdale has stressed he is "not looking to move" after again being linked with Swansea.

The Championship club had identified Tisdale as a possible successor to Roberto Martinez last summer before opting for Portugal legend Paulo Sousa but Sousa is now in talks with Leicester about replacing Nigel Pearson - who joined Hull last week - after confirming his exit from the Liberty Stadium.

However, Tisdale, who has led the Grecians from the Conference to League One during his four years in charge, told the South Wales Evening Post: "I am very happy where I am, I was happy last year and I am happy this year. It is conjecture. It is not absolutely relevant because it has not been put to me or the club."

He added: "There has been no contact at all. If it is going to happen, I am not scared of people being interested in me and not scared of doing what is right as well. I am happy. One day I will move on when it is right."

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