Harry Redknapp has made himself available for the England job.
Former West Ham United, Tottenham, Portsmouth and QPR boss Redknapp was one of the favourites to get the job before the FA decided to appoint Roy Hodgson four years ago and is now again keen following the recent resignation of Hodgson.
Harry's friend and advisor Peter Storrie told Mirror Sport: "Harry would be interested in talking to the FA.
"I've seen polls saying that he'd be the overwhelming peoples' choice as an English candidate and when you look at his CV he has a strong track record of motivating players — he won the FA Cup with Portsmouth and took Spurs into the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
"So many people agree that for so long it hasn't been an enjoyable experience watching England. Harry would change that.
"If it's a case of working for a couple of years alongside a younger coach, Harry wouldn't be against that either."