Sherwood watched the visitors overturn Tottenham's lead in the Capital One Cup quarter-final with two goals in the last 10 minutes at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham, who sacked manager Andre Villas-Boas on Monday following a 5-0 home defeat to Liverpool last weekend, are yet to meet with Sherwood to discuss his on-going role.
"I don't know if I'll be Spurs manager - I haven't spoken to the chairman," Sherwood said.
"We have to have a chat and see. It has to fit me and the club. The club have to make the right appointment - as you can imagine the list is as long as your arm.
"There are a lot of big names in the frame. It depends who the chairman thinks is the right one."
He added: "It is new for me. I have enjoyed it. It is a new voice for the players. I am trying to get the best out of them. It is difficult to get the message across of how I want to play in a few days.
"On Monday I was going to take the development team training at 10:20am, I then had to change my plans to take the first team."
He played Gylfi as a central midfielder. I still can't believe this.- mexicola