Spurs are looking for a replacement for the sacked Andre Villas-Boas and former England boss Hoddle's name has been linked.
The 56-year-old sat in the White Hart Lane dugout between 2001 and 2003 and is currently without a club, having last managed at Wolves in 2006.
It remains to be seen if Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants to give Hoddle a second chance, but he is willing to take any opportunity there may be.
Speaking on Sky Sports 1 he said: "Do I want the job? Well I've had the job there once.
"Tottenham Hotspur, you know I supported them when I was eight years of age. I went there at 12, left there at 28. Went back and managed. It's in my blood. It's in my bones.
"If I was offered the job, yes I would want to go back, even if it was for the sake of the club. (Interim manager) Tim (Sherwood) is in pole position here."
Sherwood was taking the side at Southampton in a caretaker capacity and also wants a permanent position with the club.
Hoddle does not know if he will, and would even be willing to bridge the gap until the end of the season if asked.
"If he gets a good win today, and he moves on, and the club decides that whatever is right for the football club, and if they felt that they wanted me to go in until the end of the season even, they wanted something else long term, I would be prepared to do that because I love the club," he added.
Hoddle insists he has not been contacted by Levy, and added that he would be willing to work for the man who sacked him a decade ago.
"They've not offered me the job, so it's all speculation, it's all a bit of media hype," he said.
"It's a different club completely this time. I think I had a squad that was ageing at the time, we were bringing free transfers in, we brought Teddy Sheringham and Gus Poyet in on free transfers.
"This isn't the same scenario at this club at the moment. It's a completely different scenario to that. I think there's a way forward."