The former West Ham and Celtic striker has reiterated his desire to replace John Toshack, who stood down yesterday, and dismissed concerns over his lack of coaching experience.
"I've done my (coaching) badges in recent years. I have worked under great managers, I've picked up a lot during my career and I just feel that it's a job I would love to do.
"I feel I excelled for Wales in terms of playing and it's a job that would really appeal to me.
"I know the system that I would like to play and I'd open the door for Savage, Giggs, Davies...because the Wales team would be a stronger side with them in it.
"There would be no egos, we'd all be pulling in the same direction and obviously thinking about the side."
Savage retired from international football in 2005 after a row with Toshack, Manchester United legend Giggs last played for his country in 2007 and Fulham midfielder Davies called time on his Wales career last month.