Dundee United's Scottish Cup-winning manager Ivan Golac has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Celtic.
The Serbian, who was twice linked with a move to Parkhead in the 1990s, was last in charge of a team eight years ago. But the 59-year-old insists he is the right man to succeed Tony Mowbray.
"I'm available at the moment. It would be something very special and I know I am capable," he told BBC Scotland.
Golac was speaking at Hampden Park, the scene of his greatest triumph in management: the 1994 Scottish Cup final victory over Rangers.
His career took a downturn after that and he lost his job at Tannadice the following season before spells managing in Iceland, his native Serbia and Ukraine.
However, having left a position as technical director of the Libyan Football Association, he now feels he is the man to take Celtic forward.
"I would do a lot of big things for Celtic and put them where they belong: among the best in the world," he said.