The Rebels may be the next outfit to come asking, but Ewen McKenzie will be holding out for call from the Australian Rugby Union.
McKenzie announced in March that he would be leaving the Reds at the end of the current campaign with his sights firmly set on securing a position at the helm of an international team.
The 48-year-old was linked with both the Scotland and Ireland head coach positions but with current Wallaby coach Robbie Deans' contract set to expire at the end of the year, McKenzie leaves no doubt as to where he wants to end up.
"So far I've been coaching Ireland, Scotland, the Rebels. The Rebels I think are looking at their situation. But that's all I know," McKenzie told the Sydney Morning Herald.
"But I've made it quite clear from back in February where my ambitions were [Wallabies]. Whether that happens or not is not in my hands.
"I've had interesting approaches from all around the world. I'll keep considering things but my main focus is trying to take the Reds as far as we can in this competition.
"I've got my ambitions. There's ambition and there's reality. You've got to look at as many things as you can as you go along. It doesn't change where you want to end up. Timing is important in these matters. We'll see," he added.
"They [the ARU] have their own agenda and timing. They don't function around what I'm doing. All I've done is make an early decision to give clarity to the Reds staff and playing group and organisation about where I'd be in 2014. That's allowed them to make some decisions early."
Should Deans not have his contract extended, McKenzie and World Cup-winning Brumbies coach Jake White appear to be the men in pole position for the job. If White is handed the role, McKenzie is likely to look to the Rebels as an alternative, with the Melbourne franchise currently reviewing their current coaching set-up.