Gor Mahia coach Zdravko Logarusic has fulled speculation regarding his long term commitment to the KPL side, by declaring that Kenya will beat Nigeria's Super Eagles in March if he is appointed coach of the Harambee Stars.
The Croatian only arrived back in the country on Sunday to spearhead preparations for the popular outfit ahead of a busy schedule in the 2013 season, but has yet to commit on a contract extension offer from his club on his current deal that expires in six weeks time.
"I am not the type to lobby for a job, neither do I want to talk about a position that isn't mine, but now that you asked me, I am not sure what the bosses (Kenyan FA) are thinking, what I am sure is that if I am offered the (Harambee Stars) job we will beat Nigeria in March," Logarusic told Goal.com.
"I don't want to go on about how much talent this country has and how it can be harnessed, if we have not realized that, then we are all part of the problem."
Logarusic is known for signing short term contracts throughout his dugout tenure as tactician having handled three African sides in the last four years.
However, his status and reputation in Kenya is currently sky high, after transforming the fortunes of the K'Ogalo since taking over the team weeks into the 2012 season.
Renown for his touch line theatrics and 'explosive' soundbites, Logarusic masterminded the club to a Fkf and Top Eight Cup triumph, plus a second placed finish in the premiership in his debut campaign and was voted KPL coach of the year.