The star of BBC comedy People Just Do Nothing, which is filmed in Brentford , was quick to put his name forward after Sam Allardyce tendered his resignation on Tuesday (September 27) following a sting by The Telegraph.
And true to form, the enterprising businessman has already come up with some bold changes he'd like to introduce.
His first innovation would be to replace the players' boots with some "Halal Leopard skin predators".
He would also bring in a new kit sponsor - "Peanut Dust" - the flavoursome snack adored by nut connoisseurs across west London.
As for his footballing credentials, the man with an epithet for each day of the year did not take long to dream up some new monikers indicating his standing within the game.
He declared himself variously the "Mumbai Mourinho", "Bombay Becks" and "ChaVardyG".
He's already had plenty of backing on Twitter, and before you start laughing too heartily it's worth remembering that England are running out of options and there may not be too many people putting themselves up for what could be sport's toughest job.