He told The Times: “Something within British tennis probably, potentially coaching another player. I would like to do something in football. I watch loads of it. I am into my fantasy sports a lot. “I would like to try my hand at coaching at some stage but I wouldn’t think immediately after I finish. I would like to spend a lot of time at home with family and see my child, or children, growing up.” Sir Andy Murray has revealed he would like to work in football when his glittering tennis career comes to an end.The29-year-old, who has claimed three Grand Slam titles, has a number of ambitions when he stops playing including moving into another sport.Murray, who supports Hibernian, revealed he received messages from Scottish football legend Sir Alex Ferguson and current Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho when he reached the world number one spot.While still wishing to stay involved in tennis at some level, Murray admits his passion for football could move to the next stage.