Keith Millen will continue in his role as Crystal Palace's caretaker manager for Saturday's fixture with Everton, with the club's search for a successor to Ian Holloway ongoing.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has been linked with the role and a return to his former club, but the Football Association of Wales says it has received no approach for his services.
Millen, who took over after Holloway left Selhurst Park last week, says he is not the right man to take the manager's post full-time.
"Someone from the outside coming in will give us more of a lift," Millen said last week. "It is right that I don't put myself forward."
He added that an outside appointment would be able to provide "a fresh view on what is needed" and "some different ideas".
Tony Pulis, Coleman and Martin O'Neill are the bookmakers's favourites for the job.