Harry Kewell has commented on the speculation an Australian consortium who are interested in bringing him in as Charlton manager.
Kewell, speaking after his side's 3-2 defeat to Wycombe, said he only worries about Crawley when asked about the speculation.
He said: "What makes me laugh is just the fact an Australian consortium goes and buys a club you automatically think they are going to take an Australian.
"What do you want me to say? I worry about Crawley and that’s it."
But he did add that the League One club have 'great potential'.
He added: "It’s a massive club and they have great potential. Look at the stars they have produced, like Karlan Ahearne-Grant. For me it’s a huge club but you guys put an Australian consortium together and there’s only one Australian manager over here and you go ‘oh he’s got the job’."