Diego Maradona has claimed he will hold talks with an English club next month over becoming their manager.
The Argentina legend, who stepped down as boss of his country, has already had discussions with Blackburn and his revelation will doubtless lead to speculation it is Rovers he plans to see.
"In February, I am going to England to listen to a firm offer," Maradona was quoted as saying at a press conference by La Nacion.
"If they convince me, I may take it up.
"I am not desperate, I know that someday I will coach another team."
Blackburn have been without a permanent manager since sacking Sam
Allardyce last month and have placed Steve Kean in charge until the end of the season.
Owners Venky's, who bought Rovers in November, admitted their interest in Maradona shortly after dismissing Allardyce.
Chairwoman Anuradha Desai said at the time: "We thought about Maradona as a coach after we took over.
"Talks were at the initial stage then, but there is no development on
that front yet.
"For now, the current coach will be the manager until the end of the season.
"There is no question of signing anyone for such a short time."
Maradona was also in London in November to watch Fulham's Barclays
Premier League match against Manchester City.
The 50-year-old left his job as manager of Argentina following their 4-0 World Cup thrashing by Germany.