Eastleigh are closing in on naming their new manager, with caretaker boss Chris Todd still in contention.
The National League club have been searching for a successor to Richard Hill, who resigned last month.
Eastleigh beat Wrexham 3-2 in Todd's first game in charge on 26 September, but the Spitfires were beaten 2-0 at home to Braintree last time out.
"It has been an incredible ride," Todd told BBC Radio Solent of his last couple of weeks at the helm.
"As far as I am aware they are doing interviews and then they are going to make the decision on Wednesday.
"I don't know where I stand as such yet. I have just got to play it by ear and of course I want the job, I have enjoyed it and feel I have so much more to offer."
Eastleigh travel to in-form Tranmere on Saturday, where Todd will come up against a familiar face in the dugout.
Tranmere manager Gary Brabin's old side Cambridge played against Todd - and lost - in the 2009 Conference play-off final while he was with Torquay.
Todd, who is able to welcome back defender Jamie Turley and striker James Constable from injury, is anticipating a tough game.
Todd added: "I played against his team at Wembley. He has an organised side with people who know the level and have been successful."