Robbie Fowler is targeting a management job in the Premier League and wants to bring his assistant Tony Grant with him.
The Liverpool legend was named as Brisbane Roar boss in April last year. This season he has guided the side to sixth in the A-League and in contention for the end of season play-offs.
But the Reds legend, who scored 183 goals for the club, doesn’t see himself staying Down Under forever.
“I want to manage in the Premier League and I want Tony to come with me as part of my team in the Premier League,” Fowler told Sky Sports.
“I don’t think I can be any broader than that.
“I’ve got massive aspirations of getting where I believe I will get to. I’m going to do everything I can to get there.
“It starts here, it really does. We know there’s a big world out there, there’s lot of opportunities and we’re ready to take them.”
When probed on what team he’d like to manage, Fowler jokingly replied: “I’d settle for Liverpool first!
“But obviously I want Jurgen [Klopp] to stay there forever because he’s brilliant.”
It hasn’t always been plain sailing for Fowler, though, who says he has received criticism for being a foreign coach in Australia.
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