Windass eyes Hull return
Former striker Dean Windass is eyeing a return to Hull City in a coaching role following the sacking of Nick Barmby.
Barmby was sacked as Hull manager on Tuesday due to comments he made to the media about the club's finances and his former Tigers team-mate Windass has now expressed his interest in a role at the club, alongside the new manager.
But Windass, who is now a Sky Sports pundit, has ruled himself out of the vacant top position at the KC Stadium.
He told BBC Radio Humberside: "I'd love to go back whether that be as reserve coach or maybe striker coach.
"I've put my CV in to the football club, (but) I'm not saying I'd get the manager's job, I don't think I would."
Windass made 238 appearances for Hull during two spells and has made previous attempts to get into football management at Grimsby Town, Shrewsbury and Hartlepool, but failed in all three attempts.
The 43-year-old was Colin Todd's assistant manager during a brief spell at Darlington which saw the duo leave the Quakers after just nine games, failing to win a single match in the process.