Eriksson handed over the reins to assistant Steve McClaren after last year's World Cup, when a lacklustre England were eliminated by Portugal in the quarter-finals.
He is still being paid compensation by the Football Association but the Swede is looking for a way back into the game.
Asked if he would be prepared to endure the same public scrutiny of his private life he suffered in charge of England and take charge of an English club, Eriksson told Talksport: "I'm very stubborn, I will take a good job wherever it is, even if it is in England.
"I hope to be back in football next season because I love football. Yes, I would take a big job wherever - I wouldn't say I was fed up but I'm a little bit bored."
Eriksson endorsed McClaren's stewardship of England and he believes the former Middlesbrough boss will take the country to Euro 2008.
He declined to support or criticize McClaren's decision to drop David Beckham - Eriksson's captain - but did say: "I saw David playing with Real Madrid last weekend and he looked fantastic."