London, Feb 24(ANI): England's interim manager Stuart Pearce has claimed he has enough experience to coach and manage the national team at the Euros this year.
Pearce is the stand-in manager for England's friendly match with Holland at Wembley on Wednesday.
"I think I've got the experience to take this tournament on without a problem," The Sun quoted Pearce, as saying.
"I've been to two major semi-finals as a player, to a final as Under-21 manager and I've been to a World Cup with Fabio Capello," he said.
Pearce, who is also famously known as 'Psycho' said he has informed the England board that he is ready to manage the England team for the Euros as well.
"I've said to my bosses if they need me to take the team in the summer, I've got the experience to do so," Psycho added.
Pearce has been a mainstay of the England set-up for five years and fills many criteria's the Football Association wants in a future boss.
When asked whether her would like to manage England during the Euros, he said: "Of course."
"I've been given no indication either way. I've been asked to take the team on Wednesday and I'm totally happy to do so," he said.
"But someone on the football side has to be planning and that's why I've been in the building over the last five years. If a new man comes in before the summer it's all there for him," he added. (ANI)
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