Former manager Glenn Hoddle has suggested he would be interested in leading England on a caretaker basis at this summer`s European Championships.

The 54-year-old last managed his country in 1998 - losing his job after comments made in a newspaper interview - and has not coached a side since leaving Wolves in 2006. But, with no-one installed as England boss for the summer tournament following Fabio Capello`s departure, Hoddle has confirmed his interest, admitting he has unfinished business.

Referring to his previous stint in charge, he told the Independent: "If I were to die tomorrow, my life would be incomplete."

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