The 49-year-old is looking forward to what should be an exciting encounter with Arsenal in the Champions League but admits he can see himself managing in England in the futureBorussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp admits he would be tempted by the prospect of working in England one day.
The 49-year-old is preparing his side for a trip to the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday, where they have lost on both of their previous visits.
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"I have to work and I want to work for a few more years and maybe in the future when my English is better, maybe then I will come to England," Klopp told reporters.
"The grass isn't always greener and my biggest skill is to see luck when I have it. So I don't think about different clubs and I never said the name of one or the other."
With Arsenal heading into the Champions League Group F clash on a 12-game unbeaten run, Klopp concedes his team will be underdogs considering the Gunners’ superb form.
"Arsenal are the favourites. Their style was never out of date and now they attack again with the right players at the right place.
"It’s Arsene Wenger football. When I watch football, this is the beautiful style I can watch. If I were to spend money for a ticket, it would certainly be for the game tomorrow.
"We need to make it one of our best games. Otherwise, we have no chance to be successful here."
Dortmund have opened the group stage with one win and one loss, while Arsenal can distance themselves at the top of the group with a win, as they have managed to obtain all six points from their first two matches.
"The Champions League is pure and there is no group in which one team gets 18 points," added Klopp.
"If we get something here, then that would be great. But nothing [in the group] will be decided if we don’t."