Redknapp: 'Every chance Blues job will be my last'
Harry Redknapp thinks there is "every chance" Birmingham is the last team he will manage.
However, the 70-year-old former Tottenham and West Ham boss has not ruled out taking another job in football.
Redknapp left Birmingham on Saturday night after a 3-1 home loss to Preston - a seventh defeat in 10 matches in all competitions this season.
Asked if he thought the St Andrew's job would be his last in management, Redknapp said: "Every chance...I doubt it'll happen now very much." However, he continued: "I'm a realist. I could go and help someone. I did it at Derby for a couple of months last year, helping Darren Wassall."
On his exit from Birmingham, Redknapp - who has also managed Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Southampton, QPR and Jordan - said: "I'm disappointed, but that's how it goes. I enjoyed my time there. It gave me a buzz every day. If I didn't enjoy it, I wouldn't have done it. The situation at my age is if I don't want to go to work, I won't go to work."