Craig Bellamy has declared his interest in becoming the next Wales manager.
Bellamy is among the favourites to succeed Chris Coleman, who resigned his position last Friday to take over at Sky Bet Championship strugglers Sunderland.
The 38-year-old former striker - the fourth most-capped player in Welsh football history - is currently working within the youth set-up at his hometown club Cardiff.
Bellamy won 78 Wales caps during an international career which stretched from 1998 to 2013.
He played under Coleman and with most of the players who qualified for Wales' first major tournament for 58 years and then reached the last four in France.