Claudio Ranieri is eager to return to management and revealed he would lead another team in England.
The former Leicester boss has been without a managerial job since being sacked by the Foxes in February, less than a year after leading the club to a remarkable Premier League title.
He has been linked with replacing fellow Italian Walter Mazzarri at Watford, while he is among the favourites for the Crystal Palace job after Sam Allardyce resigned on Tuesday.
Ranieri said he is looking to return to the dugout as he chases more managerial success.
The Italian told Sky Sports News: “I’m very stimulated to make another great season.”
When asked about reports linking him with the vacancy at Watford, Ranieri said they were “only rumours”.
He then added: “I feel as well a European coach. Italy, Spain, France, England for me is okay.”