Martin Jol has not closed the door on working in England again.
Jol was sacked as Tottenham manager last week and he looking to have a break before returning to management. However, he admits he would consider taking charge of another Premier League club.
“Anything is possible. Another club in England, another foreign club or returning to Holland,” Jol told AD Sportwereld.
“I could step into a job where I can build the team up from the bottom or I could choose to go to a club with experienced players, because you can win prizes much more easily with those kind of players.”
Jol was linked with Ajax after Henk ten Cate left to join Chelsea’s coaching team and he believes he could end up in Amsterdam, although the Dutch club have appointed Adrie Koster until the end of the season.
“I want to recharge my batteries first,” Jol told TV station Het Gesprek. “But when something good crosses my path, I want to think about that.
“I have lived in London for three years already and I find England a fantastic country.
“But if I get a good feeling about Ajax, I absolutely will think about that. I would like to become champions somewhere.”