Paul Gascoigne has admitted he is interested in taking over the vacant manager's job at Greenock Morton.
Gascoigne left Boston last week after spending two months as player-coach at the Coca-Cola League Two club.
Since then he has insisted he wants to lose his Gazza nickname, and all the associations, as he looks to take his first steps on the management ladder.
Gascoigne said: "I would be (interested). There is a job available."
The job at the Scottish League Division Two side became available when previous manager John McCormack was sacked last month.
Last season they threw away a substantial lead at the top of the table and finished in fourth position so, if Gascoigne gets the job, he will find himself under pressure to produce immediate results.