In an article posted on the Sky Sports Soccer AM website, Shaun Goater hinted that he will be returning to England soon looking for a coaching position.
Goater is quoted as saying, “I'm going to come back and do some coaching. Coaching is the real desire I have now.”
Goater, a City legend Goater, was appearing on Soccer AM ahead of the biggest game of the season, between two of his former clubs, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Goater was Manchester City’s top-scorer in four consecutive seasons between 1998 and 2002, Goater found the back of the net 101 times for City in just 184 appearances, leading to the chant of 'Feed the Goat and He Will Score' from the Maine Road faithful.
Capped 36 times by Bermuda, he scored an incredible 32 goals for his country before officially hanging up his boots in 2006, and returning home to the Island where his work with young children as well as his services to sport were recognized in 2003 when he was awarded an MBE.
The 42-year-old has spent the last few years building up various telecommunications and airline security businesses, but revealed he's now ready to return to England after being bitten by the football bug once again.
"I've been pretty busy but the time I do get I try and spend it with the family and a lot in educational football," he said.
"There are partners in the businesses, but I'll pretty much leave that behind. When I went back to Bermuda I thought I could leave football behind, but it's a case of having a real hunger and I'm missing watching games, and I just really want to be here now."