Bashir Hayford is ready for the vacant Hearts of Oak head coach role ahead of the 2023/24 season.
The Phobians continue their search for a new coach after the departure of interim coach David Ocloo.
Hearts endured an abysmal campaign, as they parted ways with Samuel Boadu early in the season and also with his replacement, Slavko Matic.
The experienced Bashir Hayford has made known his availability for the task.
“Why not? I am ever ready if only they see me as a helper,” he said in an interview with Accra-based Mothers FM.
“Look at my pedigree. I don’t know the team that will be difficult for me to coach if given the opportunity.
“For now they won’t advertise for you to apply but I am ever ready if only they see me as a helper.”
The 65-year-old is looking to return to club football after two years away, having previously worked with Legon Cities, Asante Kotoko, Medeama, and Hearts of Lions.
The seasoned coach was most recently in charge of Legon Cities in the Ghana Premier League.
Bashir Hayford won the Ghana Premier League with Kotoko in 2008 and again with AshantiGold in 2015.