The Italian, however, dismissed rumours linking him with a return to Chelsea.
Ancelotti was sacked by Bayern Munich earlier this month and said he would take a break but was looking ahead to a new challenge next year.
“I want to be given an opportunity to create a project and work serenely, even if ours is a job which doesn’t allow you serenity, but that’s normal.
“It takes just one bad result and the pressure rises, but I’m waiting – I’m not in a rush.
“The Premier League’s interesting in certain aspects – there’s a great atmosphere in the stadium, but they’re also advanced in that respect in Germany.
“I don’t know what could be the best solution – I can easily see myself at any club. I like football and I like coaching so, for as long as I have this passion, any job will do,” he told RAI radio.