Lee Bullen says he believes he is ready to step up to become Wednesday manager if the opportunity arises.
Bullen, who finds himself as caretaker boss once again after Steve Bruce and his coaching staff resigned on Monday morning, told BBC Radio Sheffield: “I think I’d be ready for it. I’m not going to put words into the chairman’s mouth and make it more difficult for him.
“I love doing the job, for as long as it lasts. It’s a great honour because I see it as my club now, because of the affinity that’s been built up.
“I know the infrastructure, the players, and the chairman, but all I’m focusing on is the next two games in Germany and we’ll see what transpires.”
Bullen will be in charge of the side for those friendlies in Germany, starting against VfB Lubeck on Friday evening, and said he will talk with chairman, Dejphon Chansiri, when the squad returns to England.
Speaking of Bruce’s departure, Bullen said: “It sprung from nowhere, really. Now, the most pleasing thing is the way the lads have reacted.”