Former Mamelodi Sundowns skipper Thabo Nthethe says he could still go back to coaching but admits he doesn't see himself as a future PSL coach.
Nthethe took over as TS Galaxy coach at the start of the season but he quit the job after only a month and was not willing to divulge the reasoning behind the decision.
The former Bafana Bafana international is open to the idea of becoming a development coach.
"I don't have any regrets that my career as team manager has yet to materialise," Nthethe told Daily Sun.
"I enjoyed myself as a player at Galaxy. Being a manager is one of the things I'd love to do to benefit any team. I was looking forward to the job that Sukazi offered me.
"But things never worked out the way I had planned, and I decided to move on with my life. I still believe that it will eventually happen when the timing is right."
"I don't see myself on the bench as a coach in the PSL. If it happens it will be with development structures," he added.
"I can only advice the first-team coach while being in the role of manager, but not become the man at the helm."
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