Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to have “some role” at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next month, but would not say if that includes a speaking slot.

“I’m sure I’ll have some role,” Cuomo said, “but I also sure it’s not about me.”

Cuomo was appointed the New York delegation leader by state Democrats on Tuesday, a move that came to the chagrin of supporters of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

In 2012, Cuomo kept a low profile at the convention in Charlotte, traveling there and back to New York in the space of a single day. His only public speaking event was to New York Democrats and he attended President Obama’s remarks to close out the convention.

Cuomo this year has been a vocal supporter for Hillary Clinton, knocking Sanders’s record on gun control into the lead up of the state’s presidential primary in April.