The ex-Divas Champion’s in-ring career came to a premature end at the age of 25 after suffering a devastating stinger in 2017.
The British megastar was later appointed as SmackDown’s General Manager but her role ended late last year after the McMahon family took over both brands.
The Norwich-native has been promoting the film Fighting With My Family, which is based on her famous wrestling family and sees the likes of Vince Vaughn and fellow WWE superstar Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson starring in leading roles.
But the former NXT star, who is still under WWE contract, is looking forward to reuniting with the roster and assuming a new role as a ringside manager soon.
Paige is no stranger to that character as she carried it out during her brief alliance with Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville at Absolution.
She told Sky Sports: “At this point I don’t know.
“I’d love to be a manager for somebody.
“I don’t know who, but that’s something I’d love to do so I’ll put that out there in the universe.
“I just want to be part of the company.
“I love this company and I love to talk a lot so give me a microphone and I’ll give it a good old-fashioned try.
“I loved being General Manager and it was a surprise to me (to stop that) but WWE evolves all the time and you have to evolve and deal with it.”
Paige was one of WWE’s top wrestlers as she beat the likes of Sasha Banks, AJ Lee, Charlotte Flair and others.
She made a stunning comeback in 2017 after a year-long hiatus and looked set for a big push back to the top.
However, shortly later she suffered the career-ending injury during a live event that saw Banks kicking her in the back with both feet.