Nathan Clarke says he is thoroughly enjoying his time as FC Halifax Town’s caretaker-manager and would love to be given the job permanently.

Clarke, who is in temporary charge of the first team along with head of youth development Steve Nichol, was interviewed for the managerial vacancy on Sunday, and says he is treating his stint as caretaker-boss as an audition for the role.

“I have, this morning,” Clarke said when asked if he had been interviewed. “It was something new for me, a new experience, but one that I’ve enjoyed.

“I think the five, six days that I’ve had the role, I’ve certainly jumped into it with both feet.

“I’m really enjoying it, so I hope that came across in the interview.

“I’ve got the backing of the lads as well, which is something that doesn’t always happen.

“Hopefully it can be something positive, but if not, like I said before, I’m here to help Halifax move forward, whether that’s as manager or player.”

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