Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has admitted that he is interested in replacing West Ham manager Slaven Bilic.
Bilic is now on the brink of getting sacked and Moyes is the top choice to take over the club.
The Croatian manager suffered a fifth Premier League defeat of the season as Liverpool thrashed them with a 4-1 win at the London Stadium.
Hammers joint-chairman David Sullivan and David Gold will make a decision going into the international break.
Moyes was sacked by Sunderland a day after relegating the Black Cats to the Championship and wants to get back into club management again.
“I have no contact from West Ham,” Moyes said.
“I’ve always said I want to go back into club management, that is my choice, and if the right opportunity comes along then I will be interested.
“I’m interested, yes, but that vacancy isn’t available.
“I’ve been there myself what Slaven is going through at the moment and he must be hating it and wanting to get a result as quickly as he can.
“The geography doesn’t matter as long as it is a good club. North or south it doesn’t matter.
“I hope [I will be back in club management after the international break] but a manager would have to lose his job and I wouldn’t wish that on anybody.
“Whoever’s job you take you aren’t in them very long so it wouldn’t be too long until I am back out [doing punditry].”
“One day I want to manage Scotland if I’m lucky enough to do that,” he also told beIN Sports.
“I’m don’t know if it is right for me right now and my preference at the moment is to get back into club management.
“If club management didn’t come along for me then maybe I would look at it differently.”