Roy Keane's specially pre-recorded interview with Pat Kenny will air on 'The Late Late Show' on RTÉ One tonight.

Keane visited RTÉ yesterday to take part in the interview, during which he discussed his new job as manager of Ipswich Town, former club Manchester United and whether he would one day manage the Republic of Ireland soccer team.

On his new job at Ipswich Town, Keane said: "It's good to be back... it felt right. It's an ambitious club with a lot going for it. The aim is to get back in the Premiership."

Keane revealed that he has "very little interest in what happens at [Manchester] United".

When asked about managing the Republic of Ireland soccer team, a laughing Keane replied: "I've been at Ipswich a week and people are asking me about the Irish manager's job. I have to focus on the job at hand."

When asked for his views on former Manchester United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo, Keane said: "No, he's not a poser. He probably likes himself alright, but he's not a poser. He does like to run around with his top off after he scores, though."

He said of his former biographer, Eamon Dunphy: "Eamon was never a friend of mine. A lot of people claim to be my friend. They're not."

Keane was in Dublin as part of his work with Irish Guide Dogs.

His full interview will be screened on 'The Late Late Show' tonight at 9.30pm on RTÉ One.