The 54-year-old manager has been out of work since leaving Upton Park in 2008 and has declared his interest and availability in taking up the reins at Portman RoadFormer Charlton and West Ham manager Alan Curbishley has announced his interest in the Ipswich Town hot seat.
Ipswich are currently without a manager and bottom of the Championship after parting company with Paul Jewell. And Curbishley has gone on record to declare his availability for a role which would see him take on his first job in four years.
"I am available, obviously, and if they want to talk to me, I would talk to them," Curbishley told Sky Sports.
"I am amazed when you look at the betting and I am up there with the frontrunners. Ipswich have been inundated with people who would like that job and I think they have a very important decision to make."
But while the 54-year-old is keen on the role, he is all too aware of the club's recent travails, with their current situation a far cry from their days in the Premier League.
"The last two or three years have been tough as they have been in decline a little bit," he added.
"They have to take their time, sift through the people that are available and come up with the right answer."