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Former Blackburn boss can't rule out management return, so Steve Keen drops a hint of Hibernian exit

Steve Keen states that leavingHiberniancannot be ruled out if the opportunity to return to management arises. However, he claims to be happy on Easter Road so far, focusing on his role as academy director.

Glasgow-born Keane is an experienced head who previously managed theBlackburnin England and also posted in Real Sociedad, Fulham, Brunei and Melbourne Victory. He is 54 years old and is currently in charge of the Lease Academy since joining the company in November last year.

Hibs' top work was held twice since he joined, and Kean was linked to both times. However,Shaun Maloneywas appointed in December, Legionson replaced him early in the summer, and Keane continued his role as academy chief.

Keane had a relationship withDundeeand Charlton early in the summer, but so far he says he's focused on raising the youth rank on Easter Road. increase. He oversees the operations of 131 players and he claims he will not leave in a hurry.

But what if an opportunity opens up? He admits that he couldn't rule it out.

Talking to the BBC Sportsound, Keane said: "There are 131 players in our academy. I have a big job and I came here with Ben Kensel (Chief Executive Officer) Ian Gordon (Recruiter)It was the passion that Ron Gordon(Executive Chairman) showed in this division.

"Otherwise I wouldn't have come here, so I'm very happy. But I don't know if anything will happen in the future.

"But I'm very happy. This is the big thing I'm building here with the help of the club. So I'm very happy with where I am. "