Former Ghana assistant Coach Hervé Renard is not ruling out a return to the Black Stars as head trainer.
Renard worked as the deputy Coach for the Black Stars during the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana.
The Frenchman during his time worked under countryman Claude Ley Roy hence had little role to play in the National team.
Having supervised two different countries to win the Cup of Nations title after leading Zambia and the Ivory Coast to the continental trophy, Renard is hoping to lead Ghana to yet another feat someday.
“Yes I have to come back one day to help one country to win, and that country haven’t won it for a long time,” he spoke to TV3’s Juliet Bawuah.
“It will be a fantastic challenge but at the moment you can’t talk about it.
“In 2008 when I was the assistant Coach, Ghana was 14th in the World and I think it will be a very good option for me.”
Ghana have not won the Africa Cup of Nations since 1982. The four-time Africa Champions painfully missed out on the title in 1992, 2010 and 2015 with Renard spearheading Ivory Coast in the 2015 finals which Ghana lost on penalties.
The 51-year-old former Lille and Sochaux manager who is now on the books of Saudi Arabia has also worked with the Angolan and Moroccan National teams.