The 52-year-old says he expects to return to management in the 2016-17 season having taking time off since his departure from Real Sociedad
Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has revealed he has been offered a job in China.
Moyes, who has been out of work since parting ways with Real Sociedad, revealed that he would return to management next season, stating that he has "numerous opportunities".
"My heart has always been in the Premier League, but I've had an offer to go to China as well," he told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"I think I will [return next season], I have had numerous opportunities, especially since I have come back to England.
"I want to pick the right job, one that really excites me and one I am able to get my teeth into. You want to feel you can manage the way to want to manage."
On the prospect of coaching an international side, the 52-year-old Scot said: "I would be interested. I've come through all the layers of football.
"If the right international job came I don't think I would say no, but at the moment it's club management [I'm interested in].
"It's in my blood. I've managed 850 games and I would like to get to 1000.