Gary Neville is reportedly open to working as an assistant coach to Sam Allardyce if the Sunderland boss is given the England manager's job.
Allardyce is believed to be a leading contender for the role, and was interviewed by the Football Association yesterday.
According to The Mirror, Neville would consider returning to the England setup if Allardyce is appointed as Hodgson's successor.
The report adds that the former Manchester United captain would juggle the role with a Sky Sports punditry job, which he vacated to become Valencia manager in December last year.
Neville was sacked by the Spanish club three months later.