Bolton boss Dougie Freedman has revealed his eventual aim in the game is to manage the Scotland national team.
The 38-year old Glaswegian, who recently departed Crystal Palace to take the reins at Reebok Stadium, wants to serve his 25 years at club level before one day taking over his national team.
"That's my aim. I believe a manager, when he manages the national team, should have done his 25 years apprenticeship," he told Sky Sports.
"It should be coming when he's very experienced to handle all situations and (has) been through club management.
"Hopefully I'll be in management long enough to one day have that opportunity. It would make me the proudest man in Scotland for that to happen."