Sacked Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson hopes to be back in professional football next season, but not necessarily in the Football League.
During an interview with BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Ferguson revealed he has had offers from abroad since he left Posh in February. He has also ruled out a return to Posh at any time in the future.
Ferguson said: “I’ve not actively been looking for a job, but I’ve still had a few offers. I’ll be looking to get back into management for next season after I’ve re-charged my batteries and reflected on what went wrong.
“I’ve had offers from all over the place, even abroad which is something I would consider. I played abroad in Holland and loved every minute of it.
“I have a lot of thinking to do, but I definitely won’t be coming back to Peterborough, not unless I am still sitting around without a job in three years time!”
Ferguson led Posh to three promotions in two spells spanning seven years after first joining the club in January, 2007. He was dismissed after a 3-0 defeat at MK Dons on in February after managing Posh in 367 competitive matches.