WREXHAM coach Joey Jones insists he has no interest in managing the Dragons despite taking control of first-team affairs at the Racecourse Ground after the departure of Brian Flynn and Kevin Reeves.
Flynn left the Welsh club on Monday after 12 years in charge and Jones has now taken temporary control until a permanent replacement can be found.
But although he will stand in again as manager for Saturday's clash against Peterborough, he does not expect his role to continue then.
Jones said, "I won't be manager here and I don't want to manage a football club. I've stated I will take over temporarily for two games.
"I certainly won't drop the club in it, but I'm confident they will find someone soon.
"But they must make sure it is the right appointment and the most important thing is that this club is safe at the end of the season.
"Whoever comes in will have a lot of games to turn things around and my job is to try and make sure the club is in a slightly better position when the new manager takes over.
"But at this moment in time we have to help to make the club safe. You only need to finish fifth from bottom to stay in this league so there's no need to panic yet. But I've no interest in taking this job on permanently."