INTERIM managers Brian Churchill and Craig Robinson have played down aspirations of taking the vacant Dorchester Town manager’s job.

Churchill and Robinson took charge of Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Pitching In Southern League Premier South leaders Hayes & Yeading following the exit of Robbie Herrera.

The duo are respective under-23 and under-18 managers at the Avenue Stadium and Echosport understands they are likely to take charge of tomorrow’s game at Tiverton.

However, the pair cooled hopes of taking the job full-time.

Robinson told Echosport: “We’re both club men. I’ve worked with Brian in the under-23s and the 18s are looking great.

“There’s a bright future. I want to stay in and around the club. First team is a big, big commitment.

“I’ve enjoyed (Saturday), enjoyed Thursday at training. There was a good response from the players.

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“I’ll be hanging round the club. In what capacity, I don’t know. I’m not going anywhere fast.”

Churchill said: “First and foremost I see myself as a coach, not a number one, although I quite enjoyed not picking up cones and bibs.

“I like to develop players, see them perform at Southern League level and bring them through.

“I’ll be fully behind whoever gets the role.”

Commenting after the Hayes & Yeading game, Churchill is planning as normal for Tiverton.

“We haven’t been told anything different, so we’ll plan for (Tiverton).

“I know the chairman’s email was bombarded with applicants. There’s a process where he needs to sift through them, see whether they’re attached or unattached and all that due diligence.

“I’m more than happy to take (tomorrow). One game at a time isn’t it? That’s the old cliché.”