The world No4 revealed he has had offers from various parties, but with the US Open just weeks away, is yet to formally discuss the role with anyone.
“I’ve had a few offers but I haven’t actually spoken to anybody about it yet,” he told BBC Scotland. “There are a lot of good coaches.
“I don’t want to mess up a decision like this because I’m hoping it will be a four or five-year relationship. I’m hoping this is going to be my peak, so I need to pick a good one.”
Murray added that he hopes a new coach will be able to help him add a more aggressive aspect to his game Ã¢â‚¬â€ an attribute many have claimed the Scot has in the past been lacking.
“It’s easy to suggest that I need to play more aggressively but you need to be taught how to play that way – it’s something you need to practice a lot, work on the movement with specific drills. That might be something I’m looking for.
“But I can’t get away from the core of my game. The way that I play naturally is always going to be the way that wins me most matches.”
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