JONATHAN Woodgate said the managerial interview process was still ongoing at Cherries and insisted “I haven’t a clue” what will happen after tomorrow’s clash with Rotherham.

The 41-year-old has been in charge of the past three fixtures on a caretaker basis, following the sacking of Jason Tindall earlier this month.

A number of names have been linked with the role at Vitality Stadium, including David Wagner, Marco Silva and Patrick Vieira.

Asked whether he had heard any developments about the job, Woodgate said: “Not at the minute, I just think they are interviewing different managers and looking forward, they will look to appoint someone whenever they feel is right.

“At the minute, I’m here and I’ve got Rotherham to prepare for.

“I have no idea who is being interviewed or what time people are getting interviewed – I’m just concentrating on the next game.”

Woodgate has presided over victories against Birmingham and Burnley during his time at the club so far, as well as Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest.

Quizzed on whether he expected to hear anything after the home contest against Paul Warne’s Millers, Woodgate said: “I haven’t a clue to be honest with you. I’m not too sure. I am just prepared for Rotherham.

“If they make a decision, they do, if they don’t then we get on with it.

“I’m looking to the Rotherham game. That’s as far as it goes. If I’m told to do the QPR game, then I will do the QPR game. As far as it goes to me at the minute, it’s just the Rotherham game. I’ve told the players that.

“The next game is the most important one and that’s Rotherham - that’s as far as I’ll look.”

Cherries are currently sixth in the division heading into the encounter.

Woodgate added: “We want to keep on winning games of football and seeing how high we can finish. The top two is not out of sight.

“This club has an ambition to really get into the automatic. It’s going to be tough but you don’t give up on anything like that.

“You keep on striving and until the final whistle goes at the end of the season, then you see where you are.”