Roy Keane is set to make a return to management, with the former Manchester United midfielder hoping to make his mark on the football pitch once more.
"If an opportunity comes up in the next few months, I will be ready for it. I am only 40. If chairmen and chief executives do their homework I'm sure I have a chance," Keane said.
The Republic of Ireland international made over 450 appearances for United between 1993-2005, and was part of United’s treble winning squad in 1999.
He spent five years in management after retiring, taking on Sunderland and Ipswich. He was sacked as Ipswich manager after they looked unable to be promoted at the end of the 2011 season.
It is widely speculated that Kean will make a move to a League One side to prove himself as a manager once more.