Salford owner Marwan Koukash believes the club can become the biggest club in the country, and admits he would be honoured if Brian Noble became their new coach.
Koukash has ruffled some feathers in recent weeks with public bids for Wigan superstar Sam Tomkins and Warrington prop Adrian Morley, before sacking coach Phil Veivers following their heavy defeat to London earlier this month.
He is now on the look out for a new coach, with Noble reportedly on a shortlist alongside Brian Smith and Alan Hunte.
Koukash told the BBC: “This club, if managed properly over the next four years, could become the biggest club in the country.
“I am after the best coach I can get my hands on. Brian fits that bill and I would be honoured if we could work something out and Brian could become our coach.”
Salford’s last major trophy was the 1975-76 Championship, although they have won the second division (including National League 1) four times since them.