Leicester City caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare wants to take the job on a full-time basis.
The assistant manager under axed boss Claudio Ranieri boosted his chances by overseeing a 3-1 win against Liverpool in his first game.
A Jamie Vardy brace and one from Danny Drinkwater helped the Foxes climb out of the relegation zone.
"Do I think I'm capable of it? Yes. Does it faze me? No." He said in the wake of the win on Monday night.
"It's the owners who decide and they'll do their diligence and look. I think it'll take its course.
"They'll sit down and I'll try and prepare the team as rightly as I can for Hull unless told otherwise."
Vardy ended an eight-game goalless streak when he netted in the 29th minute
He told Sky Sports that Leicester City’s players were hurt by the criticism they have received following the sacking of Claudio Ranieri.
"We've come under a lot of unfair stick with the stuff that's been in the press and online lately."
"You've seen the lads wanted to put in a reaction and now it's up to us to consistently do that.
"I couldn't tell you [why Leicester have been so poor], I couldn't put my finger on it.
"We've been working hard and it's not been happening but, luckily, it's all clicked
"I wouldn't say [there was] more effort. Shakes [interim manager Craig Shakespeare] before the game told me to play a lot higher and there were weaknesses where we thought we could hurt them.
"I've been very frustrated with the amount of goals I've got this season but hopefully those two will push me on and there are lots more to follow.
"We just needed to show that we've got that fighting intensity. Win or lose, as long as we got the performance right we could hold our heads high at the end but I think we deserved the three points."