Former Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton has revealed his aspiration to coach the Ghana national team in future, Ghanasoccernet reported.
Hughton is born to an Irish mother and Ghanaian father which makes sense as to why he feels the need to try his hand at his father's native country.
The 60-year-old has been without a club since May 2019 after he was sacked by Brighton following a series of poor results.
“My biggest draw at the moment is the day-to-day club management. That’s what continues to excite me," Hughton said on The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast.
“The draw of affecting a team week-in-week-out but international football and particularly Ghana where my father is from and Ireland where my mum is something I think about.
“But my real strength at this moment is the day-to-day working moments with clubs.”
Hughton has previously been at the helm of Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United and Norwich City to name a few.
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