Techiman Eleven Wonders coach, Ignatius Osei-Fosu is dreaming of managing Ghanaian giants, Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.

Igantius, since bursting onto the scene in 2017 with Liberty Professionals, has won himself a lot of admirers with his sides playing some exciting football.

The 36-year-old has been tipped to get to a high level job should he continue to mastermind incredible performances similar to what Techiman Eleven Wonders displayed against Asante Kotoko last Sunday.

Eleven Wonders were unlucky not to get a win after dominating the encounter and creating the best chances on the night. Ignatius outcoached former Black Stars assistant Maxwell Konadu, who was in the dugout for the Porcupine Warriors.

In an interview with Joy Sports, Ignatius opened up on his dream of coaching to the highest level, especially on the local scene where he wants to be training the biggest clubs in the country.

“Every coach wants to coach the biggest clubs in Ghana, Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak. Nobody in his right frame of mind can dispute that fact. If you are a coach and you don’t have a dream of coaching the biggest clubs in Ghana, then I don’t know the kind of dream you have.”

“You want to move forward in the ladder in your coaching career because it epitomizes the elite football in Ghana so for me, the dream is to go and become the biggest in coaching. And to become the biggest in coaching, you would have to coach either the Black Stars or one of the two big clubs (Kotoko/Hearts),” he added.

Ignatius’ side play their first home game of the season when they welcome Ebusua Dwarfs.