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Rangers defender David Weir has admitted he would be interested in a return to Everton in a coaching role.
Toffees coach David Moyes revealed at the weekend that he would love to have Weir on his staff at Goodison Park, hailing the 40-year-old as the ideal role model for all footballers.
However, Moyes is not expecting Weir to hang up his boots this summer, and the veteran Scotland international admits himself he is yet to decide whether or not he will carry on playing.
Weir told BBC Scotland: “Why wouldn't you be interested in something like that (coaching at Everton)? It's something that a lot of people would cut their right arm off for.
“I go into Everton regularly. I am still based in this area and still got a lot of friends there and have a lot of ties there and I've got a great relationship with the manager there.”
But when quizzed about his future as a player, Weir added: “Like I have said for the last few years, I will just wait until the end of the season and make a decision then.
“I am enjoying what I am doing just now and take it day by day.”