The 46-year-old is currently gaining his coaching badges and admits he would welcome an opportunity to become the manager at White Hart LaneTottenham in the future.
Reports on Tuesday evening suggested Andre Villas-Boas was under intense pressure following the club’s 6-0 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
The loss has left Tottenham without a win in their last three Premier League matches but the club remain only two points behind fourth place.
"I would love to manage Spurs one day," Ginola told talkSPORT.
"I will have my Uefa A licence in the next eight months.
“If you become a manager one day the obvious thing is to manage a club you like, you know and you love."