Ashley Westwood has resisted approaches from England having already impressed during his time in charge of Indian outfit Bangaluru.
Westwood took charge of the Bangalore outfit in the summer, and has guided them to the top of the I-League.
The 37-year-old spent time with a host of clubs during his career - most successfully with Sheffield Wednesday - but is now making a name for himself as a coach.
He was linked with the recent positions at Crawley and Bury, but he insists he is happy in India.
"Of course in the future I will return to Europe and its nice to be recognised for your work. However I'm just focusing on the next game for Bangaluru," he said.
"The last three months have involved early starts and long days but when you see the lads react to the information you give them then it's very rewarding. We've got a long way to go yet."