Ian Rush is non-committal over the prospect of him being named the new Wales coach. The former Wales striker has been installed as the favourite to succeed John Toshack and senior FAW officials met on Thursday to sift through the applicants for the post.
The Liverpool legend, who had a spell in charge of Chester in 2004/05, is now an ambassador for the Reds and also has a role promoting grassroots football in Wales.
"I work for Liverpool football club and I enjoy the job I'm doing there, just as I enjoy the job I'm doing for the Welsh Football Trust as elite performance director," he told the Western Mail.
"But I'm proud to be Welsh and if I was asked to help Wales in any way I would say yes."
Pressed on whether he has submitted an application, he said merely he "would have to wait and see what happens".
"I know the committee is looking at everything and we will have to see what comes from that," he added.
"I'm proud to be Welsh and if there was anything I could do to help in some capacity, I wouldn't say no if I was asked. But it is important Wales get it right."