According to Mirror, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has thrown his name in the hat to be the long term manager of English national football team.
The Gunners boss had admitted it could interest him to take over the Three Lions once his work at the Emirates is done.
Wenger admitted his priority is to stay at Arsenal and get a new contract as his current £8m-a-year deal expires this summer.
When quizzed about whether he would be interested in the England job, Wenger said: “I rule nothing out. My focus is here but one day why not?”
Wenger, 66, was presented with a crystal vase by Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick as he celebrates 20 years in charge on Saturday.
Then Wenger was asked whether he could imagine there being a 25 year anniversary.
“I don’t know…” said Wenger. “I rule nothing out because I want to work but it can end tomorrow. It’s like a love story.
“This club is brave, it’s one of the values of the club and the board has always supported me and we’ve shown togetherness through the years.”