RIMOUSKI, Que. Patrick Roy says he is ready to listen to any offers of an NHL coaching job, but so far he hasn't had any.

The Hall of Fame goaltender who is now co-owner, general manager and coach of the junior Quebec Remparts said he has had talks with Colorado Avalanche president Pierre Lacroix but "I've had no concrete offer for now. "Right now, I'm listening to proposals that come my way, but that's all I can say."

The Denver Post reported this week that the Avalanche have offered him Tony Granato's job as head coach.

"I talked to him. He wanted to know about my future, what my intentions are with the fact that my boys seem to be going in another direction, but as I said, we've only had talks. I haven't had any concrete offers," he added.