Head coach of Accra Great Olympics, Annor Walker has revealed he is capable of handling some of the various Ghana national teams.

The former Nania FC coach believes his experience in coaching over the years makes him a good enough candidate to be at the helm of affairs when it comes to Ghana football.

So far this season, Walker has led Olympics to the top of the table with four points from the first two games.

Speaking to Adom FM’s Kobby Stonne in an exclusive interview, the Olympics coach revealed his wish is to coach any of the national teams in Ghana.

“Seriously, I also feel that, if I am given the opportunity to coach any of the national teams, I can show what I can do,” he said.

He went on to express his disappointment of not being recognised when coaching opportunities for the national teams arise.

“Sometimes it’s painful but I have nothing to say. I hope in the near future they will recognize my good works and give me the opportunity.”

Walker joined Olympics as head coach on February 2020 after former coach Prince George Kwoffie handed his resignation letter to the club during the 2019/2020 season.