Former Rangers boss Walter Smith has not ruled out returning to management - but it will not be in Scotland.
Smith, 63, stepped down as Ibrox manager at the end of last season, paving the way for assistant Ally McCoist to take charge.
Asked on Radio Five Live's Sportsweek programme if he had prepared for retirement, he said: ''I never said I would retire, I said I would just be leaving Rangers.''
He added: ''I wouldn't manage again in Scotland, I've managed Rangers on two occasions now and I've managed the national team. But if an opportunity came up to go to England or abroad, I would consider that.''
Smith managed in England with Everton from 1998 to 2002, and also had a short spell as assistant to Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.