Cape Town - Cavin Johnson admits he is keen on returning to coaching in the PSL, but says he will have to bide his time while the Premiership remains on a break.
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The tactician was axed by SuperSport United in August, just over a year after leaving Platinum Stars to take up the reins with Matsatsantsa.
And while Johnson is hopeful of landing another job in South Africa's top flight, he knows there are not too many available options at present due to the Africa Cup of Nations putting the breaks on the domectic campaign.
"When you are not involved in the game, you will always miss it," he told KickOff.
"The problem is that most of the clubs are not busy due to the Nations Cup and the league closing early, so I think [club bosses] are just happy with where they are and the staff they have, so I will just have to wait a little longer."
Johnson added: "I'm feeling refreshed. And there is always the time of reconciliation when you sit back and look at other games and other ways of coaching."