St. Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has refused to rule out a move to England amid reports linking him with the vacant role at Nottingham Forest, according to the Scottish Sun.
The Reds are believed to have added the 52-year old to their shortlist as they search for a full-time successor to Dougie Freedman, with caretaker boss Paul Williams giving up his role in temporary charge.
Taylor was a goalkeeper at the City Ground between 1993 and 1997 and it is claimed movers, shakers and decision makers at the club are searching for a British based boss with connections to the club.
Having led The Saints to fourth placed position in the Scottish Premiership, as well as winning the Scottish Cup in 2014, the Northern Irishmen is thought to be of interest.
Now, with rampant reports he could be set for a return to Nottingham, the former Newcastle United player has refused to rule out a move South of the Border.
While he stresses he is happy at McDiarmid Park, he has remained coy over the possibility of a move.
“It’s just speculation. I signed a long-term contract here and I’m happy here.
“I spoke with the chairman about realistic investment in the team within the structure we have. If we do that we can continue to be successful.”
Would Wright represent too much of a gamble for Forest right now?