Mexico's national coach Javier Aguirre says his "dream" is to work in England's Premier League after the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.

"After clarifying my future with Mexico, I want go back to the (Spanish) league, but above all, my dream is to go to the Premiership," he said in Thursday's edition of Spanish sports newspaper Marca.

After clarifying my future with Mexico, I want go back to the (Spanish) league, but above all, my dream is to go to the Premiership.

Mexico coach Javier Aguirre

"I had contacts this year and I think I will use them from 2010 onwards," he said about the possibility of coaching a team in the English Premier League after next year's world finals in South Africa.

Aguirre, 50, replaced ex-England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson as Mexican coach last month. He had previously coached the Mexicans at the 2002 FIFA World Cup before moving to Spanish side Osasuna and thereafter to Atletico Madrid, who sacked him in February.