<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Carl Hooper denies interest in Bangladesh's coaching job" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130118103209.jpg" title="Carl Hooper denies interest in Bangladesh's coaching job" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Former West Indies captain Carl Hooper said he is content with his job as the coach of Woodville Peckers in the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) © Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Adelaide: Jan 18, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> Former <a href="/tags/West-Indies/post" target="_blank">West Indies</a> captain <a href="/tags/Carl-Hooper/post" target="_blank">Carl Hooper</a> says he has no interest in becoming the next head coach of the <a href="/tags/Bangladesh/post" target="_blank">Bangladesh </a>cricket team.<br /> <br /> Hooper was reacting to claims by the <a href="/tags/Bangladesh-Cricket-Board/post" target="_blank">Bangladesh Cricket Board</a> (BCB) media committee chairman Jalal Yunus that he was one of those interested in taking up the offer, reports CMC.<br /> <br /> However, Hooper, who coaches Woodville Peckers in the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA), said Yunus' claims are inaccurate and that he should retract the statement.<br /> <br /> "I was asked if I was interested, said I wasn't and that was the last I heard of it," Hooper explained.<br /> <br /> "I was hoping Bangladesh would retract what they have apparently said that I was 'interested in the job'. I have not applied and I am not interested. I am happy at Woodville."<br /> <br /> The cricket website ESPNcricinfo has reported that Hooper's agent had contacted the <a href="/tags/BCB/post" target="_blank">BCB</a>.<br /> <br /> However, Hooper said he would rather be interested in other options, especially because he would always put his family first in such matters.<br /> <br /> "I know there are a few things that might come up in South Australia or the Caribbean. My kids are settled here so I want to stay here if I can," said the West Indies legend.<br /> <br /> "There's a lot of stuff in the air with SACA and the clubs. I always put my family first. That is why the Bangladesh thing is so far-fetched."