Warnock has a packed CV to boast of as a manager, having permanently taken charge of as many as 18 clubs over the course of his career.


He has yet to manage in Scotland, despite having a clear desire to do so, and revealed he tried his luck when the Aberdeen job was vacant.




Warnock put in his application, but did not even get a reply from Aberdeen, which left him unhappy as he had done some homework on the Scottish game.


“I applied for the Aberdeen job once and didn’t even get a reply, which I thought was bad manners”, Warnock told the BBC.



“I had a lad called Laurent D’Jaffo playing up there and I asked him what it was like.


“And he said ‘gaffer, yes come, but it is the only place I’ve ever known where the seagulls don’t land – it’s that cold!'”



Warnock worked a miracle last season when keeping Huddersfield Town in the Championship, but departed the Terriers earlier this term as they decided they wanted a fresh face in charge.