Leeds United's caretaker head coach Neil Redfearn says he doesn't know whether he'll be in charge of Leeds or not for the West Yorkshire derby between Leeds and Huddersfield on Saturday.
He has been in control of the team at Elland Road since the departure of Dave Hockaday last month. Earlier this week, Massimo Cellino revealed that Redfearn is now out of the running for the permanent head coach job.
Alex Mowatt's second half strike saw Leeds United earn a point away at Birmingham.
Leeds had trailed before the break after a Wes Thomas shot broke the back of the net.
But an improved second half showing gave Caretaker Coach Neil Redfearn a draw in his second game in charge.
Leeds United's caretaker head coach Neil Redfearn has refused to rule himself out of getting the job full time.
Academy boss Redfearn, who is in his third spell in temporary charge of the Whites, has been in temporary charge of the first team since David Hockaday was sacked just under two weeks ago.
Redfearn's first game was a 1-0 victory over Bolton:
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Former Leeds striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has declared his interest in the vacant managerial position at Elland Road.
The 42-year-old, who represented the Yorkshire club with distinction between 1997-1999, is keen to start a managerial career and would like the chance to take charge of the club he classes as one of the biggest in England.
Leeds United is a wonderful big club where I had two great years. If they want to talk to me, of course I would talk [to them].
I've got experience, I know I could take the club forward and I know I can take the club back to where they need to go.
But what do Leeds United themselves want? That's the most important question. How do they see things? At the moment there are so many things going on they need to sort out first, or maybe they have already.
But if they want to talk to me, of course I would be interested. Who doesn't want to manage Leeds United? It's one of the 10 biggest jobs in the country.
Hasselbaink, who has coached in England with Nottingham Forest before, was a key figure in his time at Elland Road and scored 42 goals in 87 games before being sold to Atletico Madrid.
The Championship club are searching for a replacement for Dave Hockaday, who was sacked by owner Massimo Cellino a fortnight ago after just 70 days in charge.
Fellow ex-striker Robbie Fowler has also believed to have applied for the role.
Leeds academy manager Neil Redfearn has been in temporary charge following Hockaday's departure.
Redfearn steered Leeds to victory over Bolton before the international break and is expected to be in the dugout for Saturday's league clash at Birmingham.
Former Leeds United and Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has applied for the vacant head coach job at Elland Road, it is being reported.
The former striker has limited managerial experience having only taken charge of Muangthong United in the Thai Premier League.
He moved to Leeds United for £12m and scored 14 goals in 30 appearances.
England goalkeeper Joe Hart has praised two of the squad's newcomers after last night's 2-0 win over Switzerland.
Former Bradford and Leeds midfielder Fabian Delph was handed his first international start having come back from long-term injury to cement his place in Aston Villa's midfield over the last two seasons.
Meanwhile, Barnsley-born defender John Stones also made his competitive bow after narrowly missing out on selection for Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad.
Former Leeds midfielder James Milner came on as a second half substitute in the Euro 2016 Qualifier while Dronfield born Gary Cahill played in the heart of defence.
Both played a part in the 1-0 friendly win over Norway at Wembley but the Man City man said the pair had impressed throughout the international break:
Leeds United's managerial search is in full swing but a curve-ball application could have thrown Massimo Cellino's plans awry.
Zack Webb, a young Leeds fan, has thrown his name into the reckoning for the post vacated by Dave Hockaday last week.
The young man is ambitious too, pledging to get the club promoted and win the Champions League.
Leeds United forwards Matt Smith and Dominic Poleon have left Elland Road .
Smith who signed from Oldham has moved to Fulham while Poleon has signed a two year deal with Smith's old club Oldham Athletic.