Former Chelsea coach Ray Wilkins has said that Glenn Hoddle should make a return to the Three Lions and take over from Fabio Capello as England manager.
Wilkins disagrees with the 60-year-old and believes that Hoddle could be an "interesting" appointment.
"I don't suppose [Harry Redknapp] is the only candidate," Wilkins told talkSPORT. "One that would come off my tongue is Glenn Hoddle. He did a wonderful job before and he's far more experienced now so it would be interesting.
"I would love to see an English manager [in charge]. I think we've got some guys out there that can do the job. I think they understand the mentality of the English footballer."
Meanwhile, England are gearing up for their final Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro tonight (Friday).