Former Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has revealed that he is keen to return to England to continue his managerial career. The Spaniard recently endured a tough spell with Italian giants Inter Milan but is determined to get back into the coaching caper and says he is perfectly placed to be given the reins at a top flight English club.
"Now we have to think about the future. I am ready, waiting. It is not easy because you don't have many too teams available now, but there is still time," he told Sky Sports News.
"You are looking for a club with an idea about the future, an idea about how to create something, but at the same time to keep winning.
"Because I came from Spain I have a different vision. I know how you can do things in Spain, Italy or here. After six years at Liverpool I am really pleased to stay in England.
"I know how to manage, I know about business plans, I know how to buy and sell players. In Spain and Italy, they take care of them. Here you have more experience.
"I know what it means after five years in charge of the Academy and you can see now how the young players of Liverpool have progressed.
"I have enough experience and I am still quite young for a manager."