Quote from bbc sport Former Brentford and Leicester boss Martin Allen has expressed a tentative interest in the vacant manager's position at Huddersfield Town. Andy Ritchie left the club on Monday, leaving the Terriers to look for their third manager in less than a year. The 42-year-old told BBC Radio Leeds he is keen to get back into management and Huddersfield Town would interest him. Allen has been out of football since August after being sacked by Leicester boss just three months into his reign. "I've managed against Huddersfield before and it's an awesome set-up, it's a big club with good support," Allen was quoted in Tuesday's Yorkshire Post. "I have had several opportunities [to get back into management] but it has got to be the right job for me," he added. Other names being linked with the job are former Bradford and Wigan manager Chris Hutchings and former England captain Alan Shearer. Morecambe assistant Mark Lillis and current Carlisle number two Greg Abbott have also been mentioned. I'll eat my foot!