Kuhne was approached by Rovers chairman Matt Plumb to take charge at Hall Road, but he has chosen to remain loyal to his current club, Olney. Plumb said: I dont mind admitting we offered the job to Steve. He is someone I know well through football and I felt he would do a good job at Eynesbury. We spoke about the job but, after giving it plenty of thought, he decided to stay loyal to his current club and I fully respect him for doing that. There isnt enough loyalty left in the game. Plumb has since continued his search for a successor to Martin Field, who resigned as Rovers boss a fortnight ago. He was due to speak to another potential candidate last night (Tuesday). Dave Northfield, who is also the clubs Under 21 manager, remains in temporary charge of first-team affairs. He has guided Rovers to back-to-back United Counties League Premier Division victories. They are involved in the FA Vase this Saturday with a tough first round trip to Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division high-fliers Hertford Town.