Former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Dean Saunders has admitted that he is ready to take on a new club.
The ex-Wales international has been out of work for almost a year after getting sacked by Wolves following their relegation to League One last season.
Saunders began his managerial career at Wrexham in 2008, before moving on to Doncaster Rovers in 2011 and later taking charge at Molineux in January last year for just three-and-a-half months.
"I've had a rest and I'm now ready to get the right job," Saunders told BBC Radio Wales Sport. "I've realised now that I need a job where, it doesn't matter what level it's at really, everyone's pulling in the same direction and we're all thinking the same way.
"I've walked into three disaster zones, the three jobs I've had, just trying to salvage something when the clubs are in a mess, but if a can get a pre-season with the team and you can iron out things - then that's obviously the best scenario to walk into."
Saunders also revealed that he would ideally like to return to management this summer.