Former Fulham boss to replace the late Gary Speed.
Chris Coleman is expected to be named Wales manager tomorrow.
A press conference in Cardiff scheduled for tomorrow where the appointment will be announced.
Former Wales defender Coleman, 41, will take over from Gary Speed who tragically committed suicide last month.
Coleman has stated “Every manager wants one day to be in charge of his country and I’m no different, but ideally for me the opportunity wouldn’t be here. It’s only here because of one reason, and I wish it wasn’t. but of course if I do get the position I’ll be a very proud Welshman.”
The FAW has been mindful of the circumstances surrounding their need to appoint a new national team coach and have therefore taken some weeks before pursuing their choice of candidate.
A number of former Wales national team players had been linked with the post with the likes of John Hartson, Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs all at point linked with the position.
Coleman has previously managed Fulham & Coventry and was most recently managing Greek club Larissa.