Dave Kevan insists he is still not interested in becoming permanent manager at Notts County despite leading the club to a famous 2-0 FA Cup victory at Wigan.
Two late goals in quick succession saw League Two County pull off a major upset at the DW Stadium to set up a fifth-round trip to Fulham a week on Sunday.
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However, with the Magpies reported to have found the investment to stave off a winding-up order, Kevan, who is ready to stand aside once the situation has stabilised, said: "I'm just day to day and trying to keep things going. I think, hopefully if the investment gets sorted out, I'm pretty sure there will be a new manager along then."
The cup result extended Kevan's overall record this season to eight matches unbeaten during his two spells as caretaker manager, in which he has managed to sustain the club's cup run and promotion challenge despite facing huge financial difficulties.
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