London: The Football Association (FA) revealed on Friday that they intend to wait until the "back end of the season" before appointing a successor to Fabio Capello as England coach.
Alex Horne, the governing body's general secretary, told BBC Sport that despite having several candidates in mind, the FA did not want to be rushed into making a decision.
"There's definitely a list," he said. (We) talk about it regularly. It's a back end of the season decision for us.