Inigo Calderon could return to England - and even pull on an Albion shirt again.

The former Seagulls right-back has returned home to the Basque Country after parting company with his Indian club Chennaiyin.

Calderon, now 37, helped win the Indian title last season but has found it tough being way from his family.

He is keen to keep playing or take the leap into coaching.

Calderon told The Argus: “If find someone that I like, I'll keep playing.

“Otherwise I'll start my coaching career. I finished my UEFA Pro Licence so I'm raring to go.”

Asked where he was looking, cult hero Calde replied: “Not too far this time. I have to be able to bring my family with me or be close enough to them.

“If I don't find a team now, I'll see the different options to start coaching.”

Calderon said he would be interested in appearing in the Robert Eaton Memorial Fund fixture, likely to take place on May 10.

The annual fund-raiser sees Albion fans take on their Crystal Palace counterparts.