Carlton football director Chris Judd has provided Blues fans with an update on the search for the club’s next senior coach.

Speaking on Footy Classified on Monday night, Judd reiterated the Blues’ stance on looking for an experienced coach to take them to the next level, with caretaker coach David Teague not fitting the bill.

Teague has coached the Blues to two wins and two losses since being appointed as interim coach, but Judd says Carlton still want a coach who doesn’t have “training wheels on.”

“We’re working through it, we’re pretty clear on the attributes we want from our next coach and which attributes are more of a priority than others,” Judd said.

“I think we’ve said that publicly … we want an experienced coach that can takes us to the next step, we don’t want someone with training wheels on.

“He’s (Teague) getting some really good experience now … in effect he coaches his own team, but it’s not really the same as being an actual senior coach of a football team with the pressure that comes with that.”

Judd is one of five men on the selection panel in the search for Brendon Bolton’s replacement, joining president Mark LoGiudice, CEO Cain Liddle, football boss Brad Lloyd and board member David Campbell.