David Moyes admits working abroad is appealing.

The former Manchester United and Everton boss held talks with Galatasaray before they went with Cesare Prandelli.

"I've been sounded out by a few people about different jobs but I'd like to find a job, if I can, that gives me a chance of being successful," he told the Mail on Sunday.

"I had a look at Galatasaray and they had a look at me, and nothing came of it. But abroad is a possibility. We've always had a healthy number of foreign managers in the Premier League and I've always felt we should have a similar balance of British managers working abroad.

"It may help and enhance me to go abroad. Look at Roy Hodgson's career. Look at Terry Venables; Sir Bobby Robson. I don't think it did them any harm. I left a very stable job in the belief I was taking another stable job, so I'll be taking my time finding something that's right."

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