“I’m racing towards 60. If I started kicking 100 balls a day, probably my leg would fall off,” he told BBC WM.
“I’m pro Steve Bruce. And I’m happy to speak to him about all departments and would give him 100 per cent backing. But there’s nothing in that story.
“I haven’t spoken to Steve for some 18 months or so. I texted him when Hull City got to the FA Cup final, wished him all the best and got a nice reply. But I’ve since been busy with my business.
“And if he was to ask me, the answer would probably be no. That might come as a surprise to Villa fans, but a goalkeeping coach job is for a younger man.”
Spink continued: “I’m fit and healthy, my business is running well and, if I took the job and it only lasted two years, I would lose business which it would take a while to get back.
“In any case, I enjoy being a fan. I know we haven’t had much to jump and down about over the last two years, but I still enjoy going down there. To be sat watching the supporters and their passion has been a real eye opener.”
Spink, who came off the bench against Bayern Munich in Rotterdam to help the club win the European Cup in 1982, was also part of the last Villa team to be promoted to the top flight under Graham Taylor in 1988.
After working as a goalkeeping coach for four clubs, he now runs his own white-van courier business, in Sutton Coldfield.
Villa’s managerial situation – Latest Analysis
Pat Murphy, BBC Radio 5 live
“Villa’s managerial recruitment team have completed their due diligence on the short list and will recommend a candidate in the next 24 hours to the club’s owner, Dr Tony Xia.
“Dr Xia is in China on business and, unlike his sole decision in the summer to appoint Roberto Di Matteo, will be relying on the findings of chief executive Keith Wyness, former manager Brian Little and technical director Steve Round. But the final decision rests with Villa’s owner.
“Steve Clarke, acting caretaker manager was interviewed on Monday, while the three discussions Bruce has had with Wyness over the past five days constitute a formal interview in the opinion of the recruitment team. But Bruce and Clarke are not the only candidates.
“Villa are also considering an approach to a manager contracted to another club, but need to be certain he is the one they definitely want before committing themselves.
“If they do and they fail in their overtures after asking for permission to speak to that manager, then Bruce and/or Clarke will know they were not first choice.
“There is no timescale on the appointment. Once the candidate agrees to join Villa, there will be detailed discussions over the contract, backroom staff and budgets. It may be a day or so before the successful applicant is publicly confirmed. But Bruce remains the odds-on favourite.”
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