Bojan Hodak may have only just departed Kelantan, but he is already eyeing his next venture in football, with Thailand being a likely destination next year.
Several sides from the Thai League are apparently already in touch with Bojan over the possibility of him taking over, and the man himsef is excited about the prospect of coaching in a new league.
"I've got four offers from Thailand, but of course I can't reveal the names. Some of them have even got their new head coach.
"My profile is definitely on the rise in ASEAN and it is no surprise that offers have been coming in. But I am really interested in working in Thailand, as I've won everything in Malaysia. Thai and Malaysian football is pretty strong, unlike Indonesia.
"I want a new challenge, and Thailand would suit me."
The experienced head coach led Kelantan to a treble in 2012, winning the Super League, FA Cup and Malaysia Cup. This year, things were much more delicate, but Hodak still managed to lead them to the FA Cup title, while also making it to the Malaysia Cup final before announcing his decision to leave Kelantan.