Former England boss Steve McClaren says his next job will be "a challenge".
"My next job will be about the person employing me as much as anything - he has to have vision and be ambitious," McClaren told BBC Sport. "It might be abroad, in the second division or in the Championship."
"And I was lucky I picked Steve Gibson, who believed in my philosophy and gave me time.
"Given time, if you have got the right philosophy, you will succeed.
"When Kevin Keegan first went to Newcastle, they were bottom of the then Second Division.
"He took them into the Premier League and then to second place. That sort of thing is possible and excites me as much as starting in the Premier League."
"It's something I would never dismiss and which, in fact, excites me," he said.
"The key thing is getting the experience of different cultures. We shouldn't be insular and think the English Premier League is the be all and end all.
"I have had offers, mainly from abroad, but none that has really excited me."