Bilic was fired at Westham in November after failing to turn around the club fortunes as they started the season very poorly having spent heavily in the summer although new Manager, David Moyes has done quite decently since Bilic left.
He guided the hammers to a seventh-place finish in his first season in charge in 2015/2016 season and also finished eleventh last season before this season spineless showing.
The Croatian tactician, who is currently out of job has stated that he has received a couple of good offers and will be back in management soon.
“Many people are calling from here or abroad. A lot of people are calling and I am weighing up the options,” he said while speaking with Sky Sports.
“I am resting now, I have been in a job for 12 years, day in, day out, and it’s always there, even in summer breaks, so I needed a rest and I am trying to enjoy that at the moment and enjoying ‘boring’ stuff and spending time with family and friends.
“I know my position on the map of managers or coaches and know I can maybe wait a little. But I know I am not one of the biggest ones who can switch off their phone for a year and then say now I’m back, so if something really good comes up I will consider it. I already miss it a bit. It’s in your veins, but I also need a rest.”