Carlisle United manager Keith Curle has been asked for his opinion on the growing discussion over the lack of ethnic minority managers in football.
Earlier this week former England captain Paul Ince called for more measures to be put in place to increase the number of black and mixed race managers in the professional game.
PFA Chief Executive Gordon Taylor also commented on a 'hidden racism' that he believes is preventing clubs appointing black managers.
At present, Curle is one of only two managers in the football league who are not white along with Huddersfield town's Chris Powell. However, he says that if there is prejudice it will be hard to root out.
Curle also pointed out the lack of racial diversity in other areas of football's higher echelons and the need to create a pathway for more people from ethnic minorities to get into senior roles: