Louis Saha believes it is in the best interest of French football if Laurent Blanc remains in charge of the national team.

The 46-year old is doing a brilliant job with Les Bleus (who are in the quarter-finals at Euro2012) following a couple of years of crisis among the ranks and Saha, who recently ended a short-term spell with Tottenham, feels it would be better if he stays with the France team by putting off a possible move to the Premier League with Spurs.

"He's a top manager," Saha said. "He'll always have interest. I can imagine him being in the Premier League because of his experience.

"I want him to stay in the job for France because he has been doing a terrific job so I wouldn't like him to go to the Premier League yet."

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