Former Portsmouth boss Tony Adams is ready to continue his managerial career.
Adams was sacked at Fratton Park in February after just 16 matches in charge.
The ex-Arsenal captain told The Times: "I'd like to be the man who rehabilitates the reputation of English coaches in Europe.
"When I was at Feyenoord, the feeling was that coaching in this country was a little bit ... old-fashioned.
"I'd like to be the one who changes that."
He continued: "I've never managed in France or Spain. But I've never managed in the Championship, either.
"I've had a few offers, but none that tick all the boxes. I'm ready for the next step, but I'll wait until the right role comes along.
"I'm looking for a stable club with an eye on the future."