Tim Sherwood eyes Spurs managerial position

Tim Sherwood believes he could be the man to succeed Andre Villas-Boas as Tottenham manager, despite not knowing if he will be granted a second match in charge of the team.

Sherwood: I woke up crying four times thinking of Spurs

The interim manager of Tottenham Hotspurs Tim Sherwood has described the 48 hours up to and including the West Ham match as "madness", after the side lost 2-1 in the Premier League encounter on Wednesday. Sherwood said:

It's different. I'm not used to sleeping two hours a night and waking up thinking about footballers.

Someone asked me the other day, I said I slept like a baby, I woke up crying four times in the night.

Tim Sherwood 'up for the challenge' of being Spurs boss

Tottenham Hotspurs interim boss Tim Sherwood has said he is "up for the challenge" of being the manager of the team despite losses in the Premier League. Sherwood added:

The immediate future is up in the air, that's as much as I know. I'm up for a challenge. I always have been. I'm very opinionated.

I know a certain way I need to play. I think I can manage men and deal with them and be honest with them.

I think the chairman and the football club need to make the correct decision and find the manager who's best compatible to take this football club forward.

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Sherwood could be new Spurs manager after sacking

Tim Sherwood believes he could be the man to succeed Andre Villas-Boas as Tottenham manager, despite not knowing if he will be granted a second match in charge of the team.

Tottenham interim manager Tim Sherwood during the Capital One Cup match at White Hart Lane, London. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire

Sherwood was appointed interim boss after Villas-Boas' sacking and took charge of Wednesday night's 2-1 Capital One Cup quarter-final loss to West Ham.

The former Spurs captain is yet to hear from chairman Daniel Levy if he will be in charge for Sunday's match with Southampton, but he suggested he is keen on the full-time job.

Read: Andre Villas-Boas sacked as Tottenham manager