Ray Wilkins has admitted he would love to get back into management, amid reports linking him with a return to Queens Park Rangers.
He played and managed at QPR in the 1990s and admits he would consider a return to Loftus Road.
John Gregory is currently in the managerial hotseat at QPR but the proposed takeover from Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore has led to speculation over more changes in the club's hierarchy.
"I'd love to get back into the game. I feel I have so much to offer," Wilkins told the Daily Star on Sunday .
"With the right level of backing and financial support I know I could make a success of any club.
"First time round as QPR manager was not easy. There was no money.
"But my achievements with the England kids are proof of my ability to coach at a high level."