Sam Allardyce has revealed that he has set his sights on becoming a director of football or chairman at some stage in the future.
Allardyce has taken charge of 1,034 games across 12 different spells in the dugout, and the 64-year-old will likely be linked with vacant managerial positions in the coming months.
However, the former England and Everton boss has indicated that he holds a desire to take on a significant role behind the scenes when he permanently calls time on life on the training pitch.
Allardyce told talkSPORT: "I'd love to be either a director of football or a chairman at a football club, if it's at all possible.
"Whether that's at the most financially best-off clubs, so we can buy the best players in whatever league that is, or whether it's about building slowly. I do think I've got the experience and the understanding of how to pull it all together and be successful."
Allardyce has been out of work since being replaced by Marco Silva at Everton earlier this year.