Paul Ince has announced he would 'love the chance' to manage Wolves following a meeting with the club's chief executive Jez Moxey over the vacant manager's position.
The former England and Manchester United midfielder met with Moxey to discuss the 38-year-old`s plans and coaching ideas for the club.
Wolves are currently without a manager following the departure of Glenn Hoddle.
Ince said: 'I was very pleased when I was asked by the chairman (Rick Hayward) to come and meet them and discuss my ideas.
'I have captained the club for four years and I would love the chance to take over as manager. I was extremely honest with them in regards to what I think needs to be done on the playing side.
'I want to thank the fans for all their support and I hope to hear from the club soon.'
Meanwhile Wolves have taken Hungary midfielder Balazs Molnar on trial.