The managerial vacancy at Wolves is a role that finally whetted the appetite of Alan Curbishley, according to his agent.
Despite being out of work for nearly three and a half years, Curbishley faces an "imminent" interview as he pitches for a position he feels is the right one for him to return. He is understood to primarily be up against Steve Bruce and Neil Warnock as owner Steve Morgan begins the process of finding a successor to Mick McCarthy.
Speaking to Press Association Sport, Curbishley's agent Phil Smith said: "They (Wolves) have said themselves they have invited him to see them. That is what he will do and then we'll see because I believe there is Alan, Steve Bruce, Neil Warnock and whoever else in the frame."
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