Scotland international Chris Cusiter will accept whoever is appointed as national coach - as long as they can take the team forward.
The Scottish Rugby Union are currently considering the vacancy after Matt Williams was sacked in March after winning just three Tests from a possible 17.
Edinburgh Gunners head coach Frank Hadden took the role on an interim basis and guided the team to wins against the Barbarians and Romania.
The governing body have promised to name Williams' permanent successor before the Autumn Tests in November, with Hadden among the candidates.
But Cusiter, 23, who was on British & Irish Lions duty in New Zealand during the summer, will be satisfied with the appointment of anyone who can lift the team.
He said: ''From speaking to the guys, Frank did a really good job when he took over, but there are obviously going to be a few applicants for it.
''I have read in the press that there is a bit of interest in the job.
''But I'm not really worried who takes over. I just hope it is a good rugby coach and somebody who takes Scotland forward.''
Cusiter has also been tipped as a possible Scotland captain in the wake of Gordon Bulloch's decision to retire from the international arena.
But the Borders Reivers scrum-half is playing down his chances.
Cusiter added: ''I am only 23, which is fairly young, so I don't know. We will wait and see.''