BROMLEY boss Andy Woodman remained coy over his future after he was asked about being linked to Crawley and AFC Wimbledon.

The Reds are looking for a new manager after dismissing John Yems last week due to allegations that were made against the coach.

Woodman is highly rated after his success with Bromley, at which he led the team to the FA Trophy final.

Crawley's new owner Preston Johnson told fans that the club was conducting a 'global search' for its new manager.

The Sun reported that both the Dons and Crawley want the former Crystal Palace goalkeeper to be their new manager.

When asked about the rumours, Woodman joked to the South London Press: “I’m going to go to both of them.

“It’s nice to be linked with these jobs and let’s worry about that at a later date.

“I’m happy here and we had all the drama of the Gillingham stuff before which showed my loyalty to the people here.

“There’s always going to be a little bit of noise around me with my background being around these Premier League clubs.

“I can’t really comment anymore on that.”