Former England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson is eyeing a top English club for his return to coaching.
Eriksson is keen to return to coaching
The Swede, who parted company with England after the World Cup, said: "I need to get back into coaching."
He told The Sun: "Arsenal? Liverpool? Manchester? They're all big clubs, and any of those would be good."
Eriksson, who earned an estimated £25m during his five-year reign in charge of England, added: "It's the only thing in life I can do well."
England failed to progress past the quarter-final stage of any major competition under Eriksson.
But the Swede claimed his failure to land a major trophy was down to bad luck.
Eriksson said: "My time with England didn't have the support of lady luck.
"It's a shame we didn't achieve better results but I am still proud to have been the first foreigner on the England bench.
"They were five-and-a-half beautiful years."