Everton defender Seamus Coleman admits he is enjoying his run at right-back and admits he is more comfortable in what he considers his natural position.

The 24-year-old began his first-team career in the back four before he was moved forward by manager David Moyes.

Tony Hibbert's continued absence from the side has allowed Coleman to play the last nine matches at right-back and he is relishing another extended stay in the starting line-up.

"I've really enjoyed this run," the Republic of Ireland international, who hopes to be involved against Greece on Wednesday, told evertontv.

"It's been a while really since I've played there for Everton; probably the last time I had a run of games there was when I was (on loan) at Blackpool.

"I need to keep doing well because there are some good players who will be wanting to come in.

"It's different playing at right-back but I've always said it's my natural position and it's where I played at Sligo before I came over and then at Blackpool."

The Scottish Football Association sacked Levein last week after a miserable start to the World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign and Stark, the under-21 boss, will take charge of Wednesday's friendly in Luxembourg.

Joe Jordan, Gordon Strachan and Walter Smith, who was McLeish's predecessor as Scotland boss, have all been mentioned as the next manager, with the SFA to begin the hunt in earnest following the Luxembourg trip.

McLeish, who was speaking at a Positive Coaching Scotland seminar at Hampden Park, said: "We'd need a miracle to get to Brazil now but hopefully the next group of games is going to give us optimism for the following tournament (Euro 2016).

"There's plenty of good candidates to take us forward.

"Gordon fits the bill. People were saying I recommended Joe Jordan the other day, but I mentioned him in the same breath as Gordon.

"I don't know what Walter's feeling is on it, but these are all guys who have definitely got the stature to handle that job.

"I don't know if Billy wants the job. I'm sure if he was asked it would be a different story.

"I'm not so sure Billy would put himself forward for the job.

"But again another good candidate. I brought Billy into the international set-up, knowing what a great coach he was."

McLeish's personal preference is a return to club football after leaving Aston Villa.

"It's not something I'm actively pursuing," he added.

"I feel I've got unfinished business in club football and I still harbour the day-to-day involvement."

McLeish praised Levein for widening the search for talent and incorporating players not previously involved in the Scottish set-up.

The former Rangers and Birmingham boss also believes the playing pool is better than when he was in charge and that they must take some responsibility for Levein's departure.

"I do feel we've got some good talent in the squad and Craig has sown some good seeds for the next manager coming in," McLeish added.

"A lot of them (the players) were stating publicly that they could have done a lot better for Craig.

"If whoever that is can galvanise the players to raise their game a little bit, I don't see why we can't start winning international games."

The 22-year-old made seven appearances for the League One outfit during his month stay at Orient, six of which were starts.

Wagstaff has featured just once for Charlton this season, ironically against the O's in the Capital One Cup in August, where he scored the Addicks only goal.

His spell at Brisbane Road was the third time he has gone out on loan since signing professional terms with Charlton in 2008.