Edwards has not yet ruled out such a role with the Welsh region, but says there has been no firm approach and he is currently exploring the option of a part-time role with an English Premiership club.
"I would have considered it but I've not seen any concrete offer, spoken to my representatives etcetera from Cardiff Blues," Edwards said.
"Obviously I know a lot of the lads already and certainly when the Cardiff Blues, particularly when they've got a full team out, as they
proved on Friday night
are a force to be reckoned with.
"It's something that I would consider, yeah, but also I would obviously consider staying in the English Premiership as well.
SHAUN EDWARDS OBE FACT FILE
Wigan (1983-1997), Balmain Tigers (1989), London Broncos (1997 and 1998-2000) and Bradford Bulls (1998)
London Wasps (2001-2011) Wales assistant (2008-)
"But there's no guarantee of that because I have to put my name around now and see if anyone is actually interested in that sort of role.
"My base will still be in London even though I'll be spending more and more time in Wales, because I have a 14-year-old boy... and I want to be around for him as well."
left his role
as Wasps head coach in November and there had been speculation linking the former Great Britain rugby league international
following their disappointing World Cup campaign.
"There was talk of potentially England making me an offer in the future, but I have to live in the here and now," Edwards admitted.
"The England coaches are still in place and I'm not the sort of person who pitches after another man's job.
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