David Moyes has revealed that he would be open to the prospect of managing abroad.
However, the Scot revealed this weekend that he is now ready to return to work, whether it be in this country or a foreign league.
"Picking my next job is vitally important, I'm well aware of that. I've an open mind as to what it will be and where it will be. If it's in the Premier League or in the UK, that's fine," he told The Telegraph.
"But if it's abroad then I'm okay with that. I have always been an advocate of players and coaches going abroad if that's the right opportunity. It doesn't happen, not enough anyway.
"You look at how well Terry Venables did in Spain and how well Bobby Robson did. They are up there with the great managers and both had periods working in Europe. One of the reasons why I wanted to be part of the League Managers Association was because I felt there were an awful lot of foreign coaches coming into these shores but we were not exporting enough British talent."