Gianfranco Zola has confirmed his interest in taking the vacant manager's position at Norwich.
The Italian has been linked with the job, alongside the likes of former Norwich captain Malky Mackay and Celtic boss Neil Lennon, and told Sky Sports he was looking to get back into management six months after quitting Watford.
"It's a possibility. It's a very good club,'' he said of Norwich. "I like the way it's structured, so we'll see how it goes. I'm looking for a team, so hopefully it will come. It's been a few months out, and now I'm ready to start again.''
The Canaries sacked Chris Hughton late in the season in a failed bid to halt their slide into the Championship, with Neil Adams taking charge for the final games of the season. The club have said Adams remains a candidate for the job.