Former Australia boss Eddie Jones is expecting to resume his coaching duty in January after a disastrous Rugby World Cup campaign in France.
Jones took over as the Wallabies head coach earlier in the year for the second time but the team endured a tough campaign under him losing seven out of the nine matches. They also had a dismal World Cup becoming the first ever Wallabies side to be eliminated from the competition in the opening round.
Following the campaign in France, Jones stepped down from his role and has been linked with a job in Japan with a a European club also showing interest in hiring his service.
"Obviously I want to coach," said Jones, who also coached England between 2015 and 2022.
"I'm looking for a job now.
"If Japan did come knocking, I'd definitely chat to them and I've had a couple of other countries approach me. There's a club in Europe interested so I would expect by January I'll be working again."
The 63-year-old also insisted that his experience with the Wallabies will make him a better coach in the future.
"As long as I've got the energy to do it, I'll keep doing it (coaching)," he said.
"But as you know, in terms of experience and learning, the older you get, the better the coach you are. I am a much better coach than I was this time last year.
"I've learned a lot from Australia. I've learned some things I shouldn't have done, some things I didn't do well and I'll be a better coach in the next job that I do."