Outspoken Labour MP John Mann claims he could have been the Labour Party's next leader, but does not have enough support inside the party.
In the past two days the Bassetlaw MP has derided his party for its "monochrome" performance in the general election and released his own "manifesto for a brilliant Britain".
He told ITV Calendar it contains values many traditional Labour supporters would support, but he does not have enough support from party colleagues to challenge as leader:
Asked if he thought he could do the top job in the party, Mr Mann said, "Of course I could do the top job."
"Get me a group of Labour MPs signing a nomination and perhaps I'll be there. But I'm not holding my breath."