FORMER West Ham boss Alan Curbishley is looking to return to Premier League management as soon as possible, after leaving the Hammers yesterday.

Curbishley resigned from his post as manager yesterday - after the transfers of Anton Ferdinand and George Mccartney took place without his knowledge - and the 50-year-old is hoping he can make a swift return back into management.

"If anything becomes available I'll be looking for that in the Premier League," Curbishley told Sky Sports News.

"That's where I want to be and we'll see if that materialises."

And despite coming under increasing pressure during his final couple of weeks with the Hammers, Curbishley believes that he did a good job with the Hammers during his time in charge.

He continued:"I'm a big boy, I've been around, I'm quite experienced.

"I just felt that this wasn't right. In the end I've had to make a stance on it.

"I look back at my time and no matter what people think, I've enjoyed it and I think I've done a good job."