Manchester United legend Paul Ince is in line to join Roy Hodgson's England backroom team.

The Daily Mail says Hodgson wants to bring Ince and Ray Lewington into his England set-up.

Former England captain Ince, 44, is considering an offer of a coaching role, while ex-Fulham and Watford boss Lewington has also been approached.

Lewington, 55, is one of Hodgson's trusted lieutenants, having been his assistant at Craven Cottage, where he still works under Martin Jol.

Ince has been out of work since leaving Notts County over a year ago.