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Chelsea’s Nicolas Anelka leads the way for the golden boot this season with 12 league goals. See all the 2008/09 top scorer betting here.

Croatia boss Slaven Bilic has confirmed he intends to manage in the Premier League.

Bilic has been linked with a number of English clubs in recent months, including his former side West Ham United.

Manchester City were also reportedly interested in appointing Bilic, but the Croat penned a new two-year deal in April, taking him through to the 2010 World Cup.

“I would certainly be disappointed if I didn’t become a coach of an England club, as I am a huge fan of English football,” Bilic said in an interview with Vjesnik.

“I still have several offers but I can’t tell right now whether any of them will be realised.

“It is true that my goal is to coach a team competing in the best European leagues and England is my preference.”

Chelsea’s Nicolas Anelka leads the way for the golden boot this season with 12 league goals. See all the 2008/09 top scorer betting here.

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