Pat Rayment has refused to rule himself out of becoming the new manager of Corby Town.
The former Steelmen player and boss is currently in charge of ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division side Spalding United.
But his name was linked with Corby in the wake of Chris Plummer’s resignation following the 6-0 hammering at Hemel Hempstead Town in midweek.
“I had a few phone calls about this on Tuesday night,” said Rayment in an interview with Spalding Guardian.
“At the moment it’s just hearsay.
“But you can never say never in football. Everybody knows that Corby is a club close to my heart.
“It’s a fabulous club with a fantastic fan base and great infrastructure.”
Mark Peters has been appointed as interim manager of the Steelmen and is set to oversee their bank holiday double-header in the Calor League Premier Division as a trip to Arlesey Town tomorrow (Saturday) is followed by a clash with Hinckley United at Steel Park on Monday.