The Herald Sun reported on Wednesday that Postecoglou would quit the Socceroos even if Australia secured a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

FFA released a statement on Wednesday which did not deny Postecoglou’s potential departure, but said the main focus was the final games against Honduras.

The Socceroos scraped through 2-1 against Syria in extra-time in Sydney on Tuesday.

The Sky Blues downed South Melbourne 5-1 away in the FFA Cup semi-final on Wednesday and Arnold denied any talks have taken place to take the helm.

β€œI haven’t thought about it to be honest. I’ve been focusing on this game and the Wellington game and I haven’t even thought about it,” Arnold said.

β€œI haven’t read or seen anything about where Ange has come out and said that so at the moment I think it’s innuendo unless Ange has come out (and confirmed it).”

Arnold also said he had full faith Postecoglou would take Australia to Russia 2018.

β€œThey will qualify,” he said.

β€œI’m a true supporter of Ange, I think he’s done a fantastic job.

β€œI truly believe they will qualify. As a country, as journalists and as football supporters and we need to get behind them and support them the whole way because we need them to qualify for the good of the game.”