Tottenham caretaker boss Tim Sherwood says he'd be keen on the fulltime job.
After their Capital One Cup elimination by West Ham United, Sherwood suggested he would be keen on the role despite not yet being informed by chairman Daniel Levy if he will be in charge of Sunday's match with Southampton.
"The immediate future is up in the air, that's as much as I know," said Sherwood, who was due to take the development team for training on Monday morning before receiving a call from Levy instructing him to take charge of the first-team instead.
Asked if he would like the job, Sherwood said: "It would have to be right for me and right for the football club. There are a lot of big names being bandied about to take this job.
"I think the chairman and the football club need to make the correct decision and find the manager who's best compatible to take this football club forward.
"I've got to be in the frame, but it's not my decision, unfortunately."
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