The 54-year-old is currently in America, with the Potters taking part in four pre-season friendlies ahead of the new season.
Pulis, who has previously managed Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth, has yet to test his coaching skills outside of England – but the Stoke boss says it is an option he would consider should the opportunity arise.
“One day I will want to work abroad,” said Pulis. “I’ve made that pretty clear to everybody. When I’m finished at Stoke then going abroad is a massive option for me.
“Coming over here [to America’s Major League Soccer] and working in this environment, if the chance and opportunity is there at one of the sides, I certainly would look at it.”
Peter Crouch has scored 10 goals in 32 appearances since moving from Tottenham to Stoke in a £10m deal last summer – and the England international believes his side will reap the rewards of their pre-season tour of America when the Premier League kicks off later this month.
“We’re not used to it [the heat],” said Crouch. “When we go back to England, we’ll feel the benefits of coming here and playing in this heat.”
Pulis, who took charge at the Britannia Stadium for a second time in 2006, led Stoke City into the Premier League in 2008 and has managed to establish the Potters as a top-flight side.
He masterminded Stoke’s run to the FA Cup final in 2011, where they lost 1-0 to Manchester City in the Wembley showpiece, but qualified for the Europa League thanks to their cup run.
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