Cape Town - Ghana
coach Avram Grant insists he will see out his two-year contact with the Ghana
Football Association after reports suggested he is being courted by a host of
clubs in Europe and Africa.
The former Chelsea boss is reportedly wanted by the South
African Football Association as a technical director to head coach Shakes
Mashaba, while various clubs in England have also been tipped with an interest
in his services.
However, the 60-year-old, who led the Ghana to the silver
medal in the recently concluded 2015 African Cup of Nations, insists he will
remain with the Black Stars for as long as they want him.
"I am going to see out my two-year contract with the
Ghana FA and nothing more. I have enjoyed my stay with the national team and I
want to continue to build on that," Grant told Football411.
"I am gradually building a team that will win trophies
and this is just the beginning of it so I have nowhere to go, I am ok with the
job I have as the coach of Ghana and I will stay even longer if the FA wants me
to after my contract."
The Israeli is, however, unaware of any interest from South
Africa, adding: "I can’t speak to any club or a country when I have a
two-year contract with the Ghana FA, my representatives and I have not spoken
to any country or club I am fully focused with the Ghana job."