David Moyes has reflected on his time with Real Sociedad and confirmed he’d like to coach in Europe again, while ‘Spain has many of the best players.’
Moyes spent almost exactly a year at Anoeta, taking over from Jagoba Arrasate in November 2014 and losing his position to Eusebio Sacristan 12 months on, but told the BBC he would be open to working outside the Premier League again.
“I'm open minded and Spain whetted my appetite. If the right opportunities came up in the major leagues I'd be interested,” the former Preston North End, Everton and Manchester United manager said.
“I think the experience will help me. I gained great knowledge from my time [at La Real]. It was great to experience what I did and I hope that will make me better.
“It's very difficult to compare [the Premier League and La Liga]. The best teams are in Spain and many of the best players are in Spain.”