Roy Hodgson believes he’s set to go back into football management if the right club or country comes for his service.

The ex-Fulham and England boss was at the unveiling of the statue for White’s legend, George Cohen on Saturday, and the man, a bare seven years short of the 76-year-old World Cup winner, declares he is not done with football yet, as he's ready to display his coaching capabilities again to help any lucky team triumph.

“We will see how things go,” Hodgson said. “I’ll feel good managing any team again even if not Fulham. If there’s another offer coming my way and I like it, I shall take it.

"I had a great time here at Fulham, and it’s good to be back for this occasion. I knew Johnny a bit; know George and knew Bobby Robson – so I knew three of the great legends of the game and Fulham.”

The man who took Fulham to the Europa League final in 2010, has been out of a job since he quit England after the Euro 2016 failure and has been looking forward to returning to coaching, with more preference to Fulham.

Fulham in the championship are currently in an awful form resulting from their bad performance in the tournament. Jokanovic's men are 14th on the table with 14 points at hand. The London club last had a win in Championship in August, the 1-0 win over Blackburn Rovers while their subsequent matches have been series of losses and draws.

Coach Roy is reportedly aiming to take over the managerial duty at Fulham from Jokanovic, revive the struggling team and set it back into a winning phase. He believes it's not too late for the team to work harder and make it to the English Premiership to compete with tougher teams.

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