Hibernian manager Colin Calderwood says he will not be joining West Bromwich Albion even if Chris Hughton becomes manager of the Baggies.Calderwood was Hughton's assistant at Newcastle before joining Hibs.
With Chris Hughton being heavily linked taking over the managerial vacancy at the Hawthorns, attentions have turned onto the possibility of Calderwood being reunited with the former Newcastle United boss.
Calderwood has made a poor start to life at Easter Road since walking away from his role with Hughton at St James’ Park in October, winning just three of his 18 matches in charge to date.
“I want to stay,” Calderwood said. “It's not a question - I don't even see it as a question at the minute.
Calderwood has already found himself under pressure following his team’s run of poor form and then suffered a shock exit from the Scottish Cup at the hands of Second Division side Ayr United.