Former Ghana striker, Eric Bekoe says he will not hesitate to work with his former club, Hearts of Lions if called upon.
Hearts of Lions have returned to the Ghana Premier League after qualifying from ZONE III with five matches to draw the curtains on the season.
Bekoe, who played for the club from 2006-2007 after joining them from Liberty Professionals, says he will gladly help the club if invited to do so.
“Hearts of Lions gave me my breakthrough platform so I’m so grateful to the club, Victor Ahiakpor and all those guys there, they’ve been wonderful,” Bekoe told Radio Gold Sports.
“It will be a dream come true though, after playing as a player now a coach, I’m going to coach one club that I admire so much apart from Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
“It will be a blessing in disguise for that giant step.” He told Radio Gold Sports.
Bekoe, 36, previously played for Asante Kotoko for a season before traveling to Egypt to play for Petrojet.
He returned to Ghana to feature for Berekum Chelsea and Sekondi Hasaacas before calling time on his career.
He is currently handling second division club, AC Avranche which is bankrolled by former Kotoko winger, Ben Acheampong.