Brian Flynn has refused to rule himself out of the running for the vacant manager’s job at Wrexham.
The legendary boss, who enjoyed 12 years at the helm and lead the club to some of their most memorable moments during the 1990s, took charge of the Dragons for a second time for Saturday’s visit of Ebbsfleet United following the midweek sacking of Bryan Hughes .
A stunning effort from Paul Rutherford with little more than 15 minutes remaining saw Wrexham pick up a first National League win in nine attempts and move out of the bottom four relegation places.
Flynn who was brought back to the Racecourse as assistant boss by Hughes, was appointed on an interim basis for two matches, and faced questions following the win over the vacant managerial position, and while his answers may have been somewhat tongue in cheek, he did not rule out the possibility of a return.
“Everybody is a caretaker manager, I was caretaker for 12 years,” said Flynn. “If they offer me 12 years I might consider it, if they offer me 12 years.”