Sven-Goran Eriksson considering English club's offer
Eriksson was the first foreign coach to manage England
Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson has already been sounded out to find out if he would be interested in a role with an unnamed English side.
Eriksson, 62, resigned as Notts County director of football on Thursday.
"Agents have phoned me with a lot of different jobs, but I will wait until I have a real offer from a chairman of a club or a country," Eriksson said.
"I'm a gypsy - it doesn't matter where I live as long as it's a good project," he added on BBC 5 live's Sportsweek.
The Swede declined to comment on which English club had approached him.
Eriksson has also been linked with World Cup sides North Korea and Nigeria and added he refused to "rule out anything".
Eriksson managed Mexico's national side before joining Notts County following the July 2009 takeover by Middle Eastern consortium Munto Finance, who had a five-year plan to get County into the Premier League.
Sol Campbell was the biggest signing as a host of new players joined the club but the new backers pulled out five months later, leaving the club heavily in debt when Peter Trembling took over.
Eriksson expressed his anger at the previous owners, accusing them of leaving the club with "big problems, lots of debts."
County are currently fighting a winding-up petition from HM Revenue and Customs over an unpaid tax bill for £324,000.
"The owner Peter Trembling and I, we tried hard to get new people to take over, new investors, and we came close many times but at the end it ended up as it did," he said.
"I'm sorry for the players, for the fans and the club."
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