(Reuters) – Everton caretaker supervisor Duncan Ferguson stated on Friday that he desires of managing the membership on a permanent basis, however admitted that he lacks the expertise to take action in the mean time.
Ferguson, who scored 72 targets in 273 appearances throughout two spells on the membership, took cost of Everton for a second stint as interim supervisor following the sacking of Spaniard Rafa Benitez final week.
“I’ll at all times dream about changing into Everton supervisor, however of course I’ve not fairly obtained that have,” Ferguson informed reporters forward of their house recreation towards Aston Villa on Saturday.
“My job in the mean time is to take the upcoming video games, regular the ship and the membership will undergo a course of figuring out the brand new supervisor.
“I’m positive they’re going to try this they usually’ll carry the brand new supervisor in.”
Several names have been floated as candidates for the Everton job since Benitez’s departure, together with former Everton participant and Derby County coach Wayne Rooney.
While Ferguson declined to remark on whether or not Rooney was the frontrunner for the place, he stated that the previous England worldwide’s historical past with the Merseyside membership and his efficiency at Derby may work in his favour.
“Certainly Wayne has completed very well at Derby hasn’t he? He’s an Evertonian and the followers love him,” Ferguson stated.
“Obviously that may be one candidate of many candidates. Wayne’s clearly proved at Derby he is an excellent supervisor.”
Earlier on Friday, Rooney addressed the rumours linking him to Everton.
“Of course Everton is a membership I grew up supporting,” Rooney stated. “I’m flattered to get introduced up in these conversations, however I do know Everton know that to have any communication with me they should undergo the directors.
“I’m not letting something distract me from the job I’m doing right here.”
Everton are six factors above the Premier League relegation zone in sixteenth place, after 19 matches, which Ferguson stated was not “adequate”.
When requested if the squad knew what it meant to be an Everton participant, Ferguson, who was recognized for his aggressive model of play and holds the joint report for essentially the most Premier League pink playing cards, stated: “I believe they do now.
“I believe they need to know (already) — however they know now, put it that manner.”
(Reporting by Aadi Nair in Bengaluru; Editing by Toby Davis)