Dynamo Kiev coach Sergei Rebrov is keen to return to England and try his luck in management in the Premier League in the future, sources have told TEAMtalk.com.
Former Tottenham and West Ham striker Rebrov has helped oversee Kiev’s resurgence taking the club back to the top in Ukraine.
Rebrov took caretaker charge of Kiev in April 2014 and was named permanent manager a month later after leading the side to Ukrainian Cup success.
The 41-year-old followed that up by inspiring Kiev to a domestic league and cup double in his first full season in charge with Kiev remaining unbeaten in domestic competition that season.
Rebrov also guided Kiev to the Europa League quarter-finals last season and this term they reached the last 16 of the Champions League.
Sources close to Rebrov say the tactician hopes to come to England and continue his management career in the Premier League at some point in the future.
Rebrov’s current deal expires in December and his impressive work in Kiev has not gone unnoticed among clubs across Europe.
Rebrov remains a big fan of the English game from his time as a player in the Premier League and is understood to have his eye on some potential summer vacancies in the top flight.