Will Still found himself in the limelight over the past couple of weeks, as at one point he seemed to be the main contender to take charge of Sunderland.

There’s also been link with Swansea City and Stoke City.

With the Black Cats ending up announcing Michael Beale as their new boss, the Begian manager can now talk about what happened and what his plans for the future are.

Speaking to Het Nieuwsblad, relayed by Voetbal Primeur, Still revealed that Sunderland weren’t the only club trying to bring him to the UK, as the likes of Stoke City and Swansea City had also been interested in him.

“Isn’t that normal in the football world? Sunderland were definitely not the first club that showed concrete interest in me.

“Since the start of this season, Stoke, Swansea, Lyon, Rennes and a lot of other clubs have contacted me.”

The manager then admitted he’s very likely to move to UK football in the near future, probably giving Sunderland, Stoke City and Swansea a hint that they could try again soon if the need arises.

“My next club will most likely be in England, yes. That’s what I have in mind.”

Still has been Stade Reims’ first team manager since October 2022, when he was promoted from his assistant job. In charge of the French club, he has 21 wins, 12 draws and 15 losses in 48 games.

Now we shall see whether his plan is to move to the Championship door, or if he’s waiting for a Premier League call.