Ian Holloway has criticised the FA for indecision over naming a permanent England manager.
Former Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has been placed in temporary charge for four matches following the sacking of Sam Allardyce last month.
But former Blackpool and QPR boss Holloway told Sky Sports News HQ he wants the FA to be more decisive.
“I would prefer to leave Gareth where he is [in charge of England U21s] or give him the job,” he said.
“They are undermining him by saying he has four games, one of which is a friendly that they don’t have to play well in. Make your mind up.
“They have to be decisive and look at what we are doing. What are we doing as England? Our game and culture is slightly different [to other countries] so we have to produce managers who can win games.
“If England lose to Scotland at home will our supporters want Gareth there? The FA will be under pressure again and I don’t understand what they are trying to do, it’s ridiculous.”