Former big league outfielder Carlos Beltrán wants to manage the Mets and only the Mets.

Speaking to reporters before Game 2 of the ALCS between the Yankees and Astros at Minute Maid Park, Beltrán, who currently serves as a special advisor with the Yankees, did not specify how far along he is in the interview process with the club but stressed that he’s interested in the job in New York and no other managerial vacancies because he lives in the state and “it’s just the right fit for me.”

“I have to consider it, because at the end of the day, I feel like I played long enough to learn the game and I do feel that I have a lot of things to contribute in the clubhouse,” Beltrán said. “Yes, the experience is not there because I have not done it, but I do believe it’s something that with the opportunity, I can learn.”