The sacked Manchester United football manager David Moyes says he has "been tempted" by some very good job offers but may take a break from the game after his short reign at Old Trafford ended five weeks ago.
The 51-year-old Scot, who lost his job on April 22nd after less than 10 months in charge, says he has "moved on" from the experience as a "wiser and more knowledgeable coach and manager."
Writing in the Sunday Times, and commenting at length on his departure for the first time, he said United fans should now appreciate that things are changing at their club.
He also resisted any temptation to criticise his predecessor Alex Ferguson, who, it was reported when he left, did not give him his support as the crisis surrounding him grew.
United ended the season in seventh place with Ryan Giggs as the interim manager.
Dutchman Louis van Gaal, in charge of the Netherlands side at the World Cup, has since been appointed as their new permanent manager. He will take up his job after the finals in Brazil.