United States manager Bob Bradley would love the opportunity to take over at Aston Villa - although he has not yet had any contact with the club.
The 52-year-old has been heavily linked with the job since Martin O'Neill left on the eve of the new season.
Asked if he was interested in the job, Bradley told Sky Sports News: "Most definitely. The possibility of working in the Premier League at some point would be a goal for sure. There has not been any contact. Everyone knows that for the moment Kevin MacDonald is the caretaker manager and the first step is for a decision to be made with him. He's a good man."
Bradley has impressed many in his time in charge of the USA, although he would be considered a risky option for Villa having never managed outside of his home country.
Should he become the Villa boss, the 52-year-old would link up with compatriot Randy Lerner, the club's chairman.
"I know a lot about Randy Lerner but I do not know him," Bradley told Sky Sports News. "We know him through his ownership with the Cleveland Browns and of course as chairman as Aston Villa.
"I would love to have a discussion and hear more.
"Aston Villa have done a very good job in terms of handling the situation.
"As a manager the first thing you always want to have is respect for other managers.
"I know the reputation Kevin MacDonald has within the club and first things first, (there needs to be a) decision in terms of his future."