Coach James Kwesi Appiah is eyeing a return to the Black Stars after parting ways with the national team in 2020.
Having led the team on two separate stints, the 61-year-old gaffer has tossed his hat in the race for the vacant national team job.
He disclosed his readiness to take over if the opportunity comes whiles speaking in an interview with Dan Kwaku Yeboah Tv.
“The fact that I have not come out to say I have stopped coaching if the opportunity comes and I can help why not.
“Once coaching is my destiny if I’m approached and I can help why not.”
James Kwesi served as Ghana’s deputy manager between 2007 and 2012 serving under Claude Le Roy and Milovan Rajevac before he was appointed as the main tactician in April 2012.
He helped the four-time African champions to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, making him the first black African coach to take the country to the World Cup.
He was given a new two-year contract in May 2014. He left his position as Ghana manager by mutual consent in September 2014.
In April 2017 he was re-appointed as the coach of the Ghana national team, replacing former Chelsea manager Avram Grant. He was sacked in January 2020.