The tactician has been absent from the game since his departure from the club after the 2011-12 campaign and has now shared that he intends to take over a coaching role again at some point.
"Yes, I would like to come back to coaching," he stated during the press conference ahead of the Ballon d'Or ceremony, however, he did not share any details on where he plans to continue his career.
"I don’t have a team, I don’t know, but I would like to go back to coaching. My decision has been taken to coach, but beyond that there is no decision taken."
Premier League clubs Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal have all been linked with Guardiola while Bayern Munich is also understood to be interested in making the 41-year-old its coach next season.
But Guardiola, who is taking a year sabbatical in New York, refused to be drawn on whether he had spoken to any clubs.
“It would be a lack of respect to other coaches to speak about any team that is being run by a coach anywhere in the world,” he said.
The former midfielder handed over the reins at Barcelona to Tito Vilanova at the end of last season after guiding Barcelona to 14 trophies in four years at the Camp Nou.
He continues to follow the team from afar and - with Barcelona 11 points clear at the top of La Liga - is proud of the club's progress since his departure.
“I keep watching Barcelona on TV and it’s great to watch the team,” Guardiola continued. “I was a lucky man to spend a few years with this fantastic team and it’s a source of pride to know they continue to play just as well or even better than when I was there.
“It was a gift to have that team and it’s more of a gift to know it’s still going on. It didn’t start with me, it started a long, long time ago and I was just one part of that.”