HONG KONG, HONG KONG - JULY 17: Liverpool Former Player Robbie Fowler during the Liverpool FC Supporters Club Legends Appearance at Grappa's Cellar-Jardine House on July 17, 2017 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. (Photo by Marcio Rodrigo Machado/Power Sport Images/Getty Images)

Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has revealed his interest in becoming the manager at League One club Bristol Rovers.

This week, Darrell Clarke left Bristol Rovers, leaving the manager role empty and Fowler is keen on taking the position.

“I’ve thrown in a few [CVs] over the years, still waiting for a call! Bristol Rovers has obviously come up; would I be interested?” Fowler told Sky Sports.

“Of course, I would! I went over to Thailand and loved being a manager. People in this country think I’m inexperienced but I’ve done it before.

“I came home, did all my badges, I’m properly, properly qualified, so I think it’s just a case of watch this space.”

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Despite his eagerness to manage, Fowler hasn’t received any call-backs for job applications, and he blames his lack of experience.

“No, none whatsoever. I think it goes down to inexperience,” he said.

“What I’ve had back is: ‘You’ve got money, so why do you need to do it?’ I love the game, so it’s not all about that.”