The Rams are hunting for a new manager following the sacking of Steve McClaren, but Rush has moved quickly to suggest that the club won’t suffer as a result in terms of their recruitment policy.
The new man coming in is going to be under pressure to improve the squad, but Rush feels that Derby have a lot going for them.
“I think we are very fortunate to have a club as attractive as we are,” said Rush.
“We have a great infrastructure and very good facilities while we have a supporter base that is second to none.”
“When people come to Derby County they are excited about all of what I have just mentioned and it is important that we have a top quality Head Coach here alongside that.”
Derby are certainly one of the biggest clubs outside the Championship and they will be one of the teams pushing for promotion next season.
The Rams have narrowly missed out on getting into the top flight over the last couple of seasons, but they have a lot going for them when it comes to transfer negotiations over players where several clubs are interested in the same individual.
When the new manager is appointed, the club have to back him to make changes quickly and to make changes, which will help the club to move forward and hopefully prevent the repeat of a slide, which saw the club fall off the pace of automatic promotion last year.