IAN HOLLOWAY has revealed he would love to be the next Kilmarnock boss. Rugby Park chiefs are still sifting through more than 60 applications to replace Steve Clarke in the hot seat. And former Blackpool and Crystal Palace manager Ollie is keen on the Killie gig — 12 months after leaving QPR. He told SunSport: “I would be very interested in the Kilmarnock job. I’m looking to get back into the game and Scottish football is appealing for any manager. “There are big clubs and big managers and a lot of talented players. "Just look at John McGinn. He has been fantastic for Aston Villa and was a player I was keen to take to QPR if I had stayed there. “Without a shadow of a doubt I’d be interested in Kilmarnock. “Steve Clarke did a great job there and it’s a really good club.” Holloway, 56, has also bossed Bristol Rovers, Plymouth Argyle, Leicester City and Millwall during a long career in management. He led both Blackpool and Palace to Premier League promotion with his wacky style. Holloway also revealed he wanted to play for Scotland in his prime with QPR in the early 1990s. He said: “Three of my grandparents are actually Scottish. “Why did I never get capped? I wasn’t good enough! I tried hard, but I wasn’t good enough. “But I’ve always loved Scottish football. “I’ve worked with a lot of players from there and Charlie Adam at Blackpool was one of the best.” Kilmarnock owner Billy Bowie is expected to meet with his board members later this week to discuss applicants. The Rugby Park chief has had dozens of CVs from around Europe and will compile a shortlist before holding interviews.