QPR boss Harry Redknapp says new coaching assistant Glenn Hoddle could take the England job in the future.
Roy Hodgson's deal with England expires after Euro 2016 and Hoddle has experience of the position having been in charge of the national team between 1996-99.
And Redknapp said: "When Roy finishes with the job in a couple of years' time, if they're looking for an England manager there's a boy at Everton [Roberto Martinez], there's a young manager at Liverpool [Brendan Rodgers] who are fantastic and there's Glenn Hoddle.
"They would be big contenders and I still put Glenn in that class. He's still capable of managing at the very top level. He's got so much to offer, he's got a fantastic football brain and I think it has been wasted."
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