David Moyes' name appears hot on the lips of the Tartan Army. 

Scotland fell short in their final Euro 2024 Group A match against Hungary and have now been eliminated from the tournament. 

That's led to strong claims for current head coach, Steve Clarke, to step down or be sacked after failing to register a victory from two European Championship appearances. 

And Moyes, who has previously managed Everton, Manchester United and West Ham, is someone who many feel could be a ready-made replacement. 

The 61-year-old was a guest on talkSPORT discussing the Euros exit and host, Jim White, couldn't help but attempt to seek the his opinion around the role at Hampden Park. 

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"It's a really good job," stated Moyes. "Steve has been brilliant and that is why everybody is behind it.

"You look at the amount of Scotland fans who have travelled, you look at the national anthem. You look at the way supporters have behaved themselves. They have been a credit to the nation. Maybe the team has fallen a little bit below that, at times, but I think the supporters have been magnificent. They really have been.

"I believe the Scotland job will be a good job for any manager. Some managers, who have worked quite hard over the years, sometimes need a break and take a wee bit of time before you do anything. Look, I have to say, and you know me, I will always stick up for managers the way I see it.

"None of you can say Steve has not done a terrific job. Steve Clarke has done a brilliant job. Last night, was probably a night he would be disappointed. In the Germany game, it will live with him forever, we were opening the tournament. Steve's done a brilliant job."