“I want to win a Rugby World Cup. But I want to win it with two different countries. I think that would transcend (the game).
“It would be great to win a Rugby World Cup with your own country which I want to do, that is the foremost thing but I would also like to do it with another country – not sure what order it might be, not sure how that plays out as though decisions are not mine!”.
Robertson says he’d like to be known as a coach that players want to play for and is “open to offers” if New Zealand Rugby doesn’t want him to lead the All Blacks coach.
“(The All Blacks) is one job but when someone doesn’t give it to you you have to think differently (and look) at what opportunities are out there so I am open – if New Zealand Rugby want me ‘Great!’.
“But if there is another country… I just want to get to two or three (World Cups) and really test myself.”
Robertson said he would be happy to link up with his former forwards coach Jason Ryan, who recently joined Foster’s staff in the All Blacks shake-up.
He also named former Crusaders colleague Ronan O’Gara and Ireland attack coach Mike Catt on a staff wish-list along with former Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde and Leicester boss Steve Borthwick
A stuttering batting display has contributed to the Black Caps five-wicket loss to the West Indies in the first ODI in Barbados.
Chasing just 191 to win on Thursday (NZ time), the home side cantered to victory with 11 overs to spare.