I'm not finished yet! Ex-England boss Capello wants crack at Premier League
07:43 GMT, 26 April 2012
Fabio Capello hopes to land a job in the Barclays Premier League and insists he has no intention of retiring.
London calling: Fabio Capello wants a job in the capital
With possible vacancies at Chelsea and Tottenham at the end of the season, the Italian told reporters that he was in love with London.
AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi was reportedly hoping to take Capello back to the San Siro in a director of football role, but the 65-year-old dismissively suggested the 'slow' job would be like managing England again.
'I would like to be on the pitch every day,' he said. 'The director role is too slow for me. The desk doesn't suit me. I was a director for four years when I managed England.'
Despite previously saying the England job would be his last, Capello has made it clear he wants to return to coaching.
He walked out on the England job in February over the John Terry captaincy row and is believed to have received offers from China, the Middle East and Russia.
Looking for work: Ex-England boss Capello wants to return to management
'I want to be a coach for another two years,' he said.
'I love London. I'd prefer to coach in the Premier League. I would only return to Italy for something really tasty.'