Paul Gascoigne has said that he would like to start coaching in order to get his life back on track.
The former England international is to undergo a hip operation so that he can play football again, and is looking to take up a role as a youth coach at Bournemouth once fit.
The 45-year-old told The Mirror: "I might start doing my coaching badges again. When I'm coaching I need to twist and turn properly so I can show the lads some of the amazing things I used to do."
The former midfielder has previously had a coaching role at Algarve United, and spent 39 days as manager of Kettering Town.
Gascoigne has battled alcohol addiction since his retirement in 2004.