Former Barcelona manager, Luis Enrique has given condition to clubs seeking to hire him as manager.
Enrique has been linked with Chelsea and Arsenal. He has been on sabbatical leave.
The Spanish gaffer said he will welcome a return to management, adding that any prospective club will need to excite him.
The Spaniard stepped down after Real Madrid claimed the La Liga title and defended their Champions League crown last season.
He has been put forward as a potential replacement for Antonio Conte at Chelsea, with the Italian likely to leave this summer, while he has also been mooted as a successor to Arsene Wenger.
While Enrique has been enjoying his sabbatical, he has now revealed that he is looking for the perfect project to take charge of.
Enrique, who spoke in an interview with cyclist Ibon Zugasti on his YouTube channel, about a return to management, said: “I do not know. It will depend on someone loving me but it has to be something that makes me very excited.”
Enrique has been keeping himself fit during his sabbatical.
He insisted he has no regrets about stepping down, adding, “I was clear. I don’t regret my decision.
“You devote all your energy to the job. When you see that the end has arrived, you must understand it, accept it and then communicate your decision.”