Former Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz has revealed he had interest from Fulham when news emerged of his recent sacking.
The ex-Manchester United assistant was given his marching orders after the World Cup for a mixture of poor results and tampering with drug testing procedures but said there was plenty of interest in his services from outsiders.
"I had some good times in England and maybe there is an opening there, but not at Manchester United," he told Portuguese radio station RTP.
"I have had offers from Australia, Japan and Fulham, but I'm not preoccupied with my next job. I will wait until the right project is available."