The 46-year-old has impressed the English FA enough over four games in charge to be offered a long-term deal, which he expects will run till after Euro 2020
Gareth Southgate is expected to be confirmed by the FA as England's permanent manager on Wednesday, reports Sky Sports.
The 46-year-old was appointed on an interim basis as Sam Allardyce's replacement after the latter's exit from the Three Lions job.
He went on to be unbeaten in his first four games in charge and FA officials Greg Clarke, Martin Glenn and Dan Ashworth will meet at St George's Park on Wednesday to offer him the role permanently.
Southgate's conditions are believed to be a contract that runs until the end of Euro 2020 and the same salary that his predecessors commanded.