GLASGOW, May 6 (Reuters) - Motherwell manager Terry Butcher confirmed on Saturday that he has been in talks with Australian A-League champions Sydney.
Asked if Motherwell's 1-1 draw with Dundee United had been his last in charge of the Scottish Premier League side, Butcher said: 'It may be, it may not, I can't say at the moment. There's still things we have to talk about.
'If it does come to an end then it has been a marvellous four years, but if it isn't then I still have two years and there's a lot of work to be done,' he told BBC Radio Scotland.
Asked about when he will decide, the former England captain said: 'I cannot put a time scale on it...I have not made any decision because there's still things to be ironed out.
'It's a monumental decision when you move across to the other side of the world. It's not just down the M74 or M6.'
Butcher, a former central defender with Ipswich Town and Rangers, said he was keen to make the move.
'But it is a serious issue when you move your family across to the other side of the world to a another culture and another world,' the 47-year-old added.
'It has its appeal in the way of life, but there's only eight teams in the league and it is fledgling league, but it is exciting.'