Former Asante Kotoko boss Karim Abdul 'Golden Boy' Razak says he is open to occuping the club's current vacant coaching position.
The Porcupine Warriors have been left without a head coach after Samuel Paa Kwasi Fabin left duty last week after seven months of reign.
Media reports say talks have been concluded with former Hearts of Oak boss Charles 'CK' Akonnor to take over the role, a claim the Kumasi-based outfit have rejected.
"I’m always ready for Kotoko," Razak, who won the Ghana Premier League title with the Porcupine Warriors during his first spell, told Footballmadeinghana.
"No one has contacted me yet. But my doors are always open. If they want me, they know where to find me.
“I'm the best man for the job. Going round and trying different coaches will not help the club.
"I know the ins and out of the club. I know what they want. I won’t say a lot about it.
"They know what I can do."
Razak guided Kotoko to win the league title in 2003 to end a ten-year drought.
The 1978 Africa Cup and Footballer of the Year winner also represented Kotoko during his playing days, winning the league on three occasions.
He has also had coaching stints with Malian side Stade Malien and Dragons de l'Oueme of Benin.