Sir Alex Ferguson, still reeling from Man Utd's humiliating defeat at the hands of Barcelona in the Chamipons League Final, has thrown his hat into the ring for the Scotland manager's job, currently held by Craig Levein.
Sir Alex, who was offered the post just before he went to Old Trafford, said at the time that he wasn't ready for a job of that type but would know when he was.
And now, it seems ,he is.
Speaking at today's press conference in Manchester, Fergie confirmed that he would be interested in the international job if it ever became vacant :
"When I turned down the Scotland job in the 80's, I knew I wasn't ready and didn't have the right kind of experience.
"After that embarrassment on Saturday night, I'm ready now and definitely have the right experience".
He now has the experience of seeing his team being totally outclassed for 90 minutes.
The experience of being totally humiliated in front of a global TV audience.
The experience of sitting helpless on the touchline, knowing that there's nothing he could do to change what was happening on the park.
The perfect CV for the Scotland job.