Cavin Johnson says he will wait for the right offer to come along before accepting a new job following his departure from Al Ahly.
The former SuperSport United, AmaZulu and Black Leopards boss joined the Egyptian Premier League side as an assistant to head coach Pitso Mosimane in October 2020.
He was rumoured to be heading to Orlando Pirates, but says he has not received any offers, while thanking Al Ahly president Mahmoud El Khatib.
Cavin Johnson told SAfm: “I didn’t come back home because I received offers. I left because in a marriage you start seeing things after some time that you don’t like. Then you file for divorce and with a divorce you don’t have to reveal the details publicly.
“For me I can only put praise on El Khatib for what he’s done and how he runs his club, and how he runs everything else. He’s really, really an exceptional president leading Al Ahly.”
When asked about taking charge of another team in Mzansi, the 63-year-old added: “Yes, that’s what I’m waiting for – the right opportunity to see where I can use my expertise that I have got over the last 30 years and not only at Al Ahly, and to try to get back to another level.”