Former Brentford boss Andy Scott has admitted he is keen on a return to management.
The former Sutton United striker led the Bees to the League Two title in 2009, but has been out of work since being sacked by Rotherham earlier this year.
Scott has been linked with the hotseat at AFC Wimbledon should current incumbent Terry Brown - as expected - leave the club this week.
But the 40-year-old, who was at Kingsmeadow on Tuesday night as a guest of Torquay United manager Martin Ling, did his best to distance himself from the Don's job - for the time being.
“It would be disrespectful to talk about Terry’s position until anything has been confirmed," he said.
"But I am out of work and would be interested in any job that became available in League One or Two. I dearly want to get back into the game."