Wales football organisation partner manager Osian Roberts has suggested he would be meddlesome in next Chris Coleman as manager.
He became partner manager in 2015 underneath Coleman, who resigned progressing this month to turn Sunderland boss.
Roberts, who now lives in Cardiff, told BBC Radio Cymru’s Ar y Marc (On The Mark) football programme: “The final 7 years have been an implausible journey. we don’t have any doubts that we could make be a success of a role.
“I couldn’t be some-more gifted on a general theatre but indeed doing a pursuit itself.
“I know a stairs that need to be taken to if Wales are to strech Euro 2020.
“There’s a splendid destiny in front of this organisation of players, and there’s some-more immature talent entrance through.”
Roberts did not play veteran football in a United Kingdom, holding adult a grant in a United States during a age of 19.
Before that he played for Bangor City.
He helped Coleman beam Wales to a Euro 2016 semi-finals and was also during his side when their 2018 World Cup hopes ended.
Roberts, who is also Football Association of Wales technical director, expects a ruling physique to “take their time” over appointing Coleman’s successor.
He said: “ I’m a unapproachable Welshman that’s enjoyed a tour over a past 7 years, and I’m certain there’s some-more to come.
“I would know if it’s time for me to leave. But a many critical thing is this organisation goes from strength to strength.
“I consider smoothness and coherence are factors that are underestimated in a complicated diversion and it’s critical this organisation of players get a best probable event to attain and strech Euro 2020.”
Former Wales strikers Craig Bellamy and John Hartson have also voiced their seductiveness in holding over from Coleman.
The contenders also embody ex-Wales midfielder Ryan Giggs and Tony Pulis, who is out of a pursuit after his new sacking by West Bromwich Albion.