Southampton assistant manager Kelvin Davis has revealed he has ambitions to become a manager following his one-game in charge of the Saints on Wednesday.
The former Saints goalkeeper was appointed interim manager following the sacking of Mark Hughes, and oversaw the team’s 3-1 loss to Spurs in the presence of new Southampton manager Ralph Hassenhuttl.
“It’s quite busy being a manager. It’s been a fantastic experience, the club have shown an unbelievable amount of trust and belief in me to put me in that position and give me that role,” Davis said, according to Daily Mail.
“The players have reacted great to it, for my personal development it has been a fantastic experience, probably the best work experience you can have.”
“I am thankful for that but 100 per cent ready to support Ralph and his team and get this team up the league.”
Speaking about Southampton’s loss to Tottenham, He said: “At 3-0 maybe we drop a little bit in our concentration I think we start to think the game was over and always it is so dangerous when there is so much time to play.”
“Of course in the end, Lloris was man of the match because it was an unbelievable action that save, but that we cannot afford.”
“In the same way I try to understand, it was a tough evening, difficult to play the three emotional games we played last week, you play, it is not easy to feel fresh in your legs or your mind.”
“For me the most important thing is to keep going, 33 points, third in the table and I think a fantastic Premier League season.”