Sam Collins says he would “love” the chance to take the York City managerial reins on a full-time basis, report the Yorkshire Post.

Collins has been acting as interim manager at Bootham Crescent for the past month, following the dismissal of Martin Gray.

When asked if he would want to take the job full-time, Collins said: “I’d love to do it.

“I think I’ve done my apprenticeship, if you want to call it that, in terms of coaching at different levels and doing different roles.

“I’m probably getting to an age now where I’d like to have a crack at being manager of a club and this is a really good one to have the opportunity to do that at.

“I’ve spoken to the chairman two or three times and he’s been really positive with me in the conversations we’ve had.”

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