Carlo Ancelotti says he would rush back to England if the right coaching offer became available, with the former Chelsea man waiting for the right offer before he makes his next move.
"The experience in England enriched me so much. I'd hurry back to coach in England," Ancelotti toldQS.
"I was fascinated by the culture and education there is in England. Respect for the opponent, the lack of violence, the discipline, are all priceless values that we should import as soon as possible in Italy."
Ancelotti, who took Chelsea to their first FA Cup and Barclays Premier League title double, has talked about the idea of managing Arsenal or Tottenham, if Arsene Wenger is ousted from his role or Harry Redknapp gets the England job next year.
Chelsea sacked Ancelotti in dramatic fashion after the last game of last season, for leaving the Blues trophyless for a season.
Andre Villas-Boas was eventually chosen to take over the Chelsea managerial post, and has had a good start to the season so far, sitting at third in the Barclays Premier League table and undefeated in the Champions League group stages.