Departing England coach Trevor Bayliss says he'd be willing to listen to any approaches to work with the Australian cricket team.
The former NSW mentor oversaw victory in his final match in charge of England at the Oval on Sunday to ensure a 2-2 series draw, and will return home following a successful four-and-half-year stint.
Bayliss laid the foundations for England's World Cup win earlier this year, in addition to series wins at home over India, Australia, South Africa during his spell in charge.
He has also led the Sydney Sixers to the Big Bash League title in 2010-11 and coached Sri Lanka during their run to the 2011 World Cup final. He will now take up a the head coaching role with IPL side Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The 56-year-old admitted the only role that would tempt him back into full-time international coaching is the Australian one, if it ever became available.
Bayliss said he would be open to any approach to help the national side, particularly in the white ball side of the game.
"I've said before there is only one job I would take on in a full-time job, but I think it is in pretty good hands," Bayliss said.
"Justin is doing a great job and there are some very good Australian coaches coming through the system.
"I've signed up to do the IPL but if there is anything anyone in Australia wants me to get involved in I am more than happy to listen to what they have in mind," Bayliss said.
"If I can help out, fantastic. But if not, I will enjoy watching the Australian and England boys going round again."
Langer said he would be open to the idea of one day working with Bayliss and believes he can learn from the New South Welshman's experience, but is keen to keep inviting former greats into the camp to work with the players.
"I think about Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting, guys who have been all-time great players for Australia, and we've had a number of them come through and that will continue," Langer said.
"I think there's huge upside to that system of doing things.
"But certainly Trevor Bayliss, from a personal point of view and as a mentor, I'm sure I can learn a lot from TB if he's open to it.
"He's a seasoned campaigner, he's an Australian and I know he's done a great job for England, but I know he loves Australia as well so who knows what will happen there."
Australian Associated Press