Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp admits interest has flooded in since he announced he was seeking to buy a lower league club.
Redknapp hasn't managed since 2017, when his spell in charge of Birmingham City came to an end, and he is now looking to move into the boardroom.
The 73-year-old revealed that he has been "inundated with offers" since stating his desire to own a club.
He told talkSPORT: "I would be interested. Obviously I can't buy a big football club, but a lower-league club.
"A mate of mine's been talking about a couple of clubs in Scotland, I might get involved, do something on Saturdays, go and watch the games, be part of it, and if something came along that was of real interest I would have a little go at it.
"To go and watch and have a bit of interest in a team and you turn up and want to see them win, I would enjoy that. If it was a small club where you could go in and do something, I would be interested.
"I'll be honest, I've been inundated with messages from clubs in League One, League Two, National League, I've had all sorts of messages from different people.
"I'll have a look at them, and if there's something of interest, maybe have a little go at it."