The former Super Eagles right winger, Finidi George has expressed his desire to coach any of the Nigerian national teams.
However, the 49-year-old ex-footballer confirmed his preference for the youth team in a chat with Brila.
The former Ajax and Real Betis player has had some coaching stints with the youth team at Real Mallorca, his former club, in Spain.
According to George, said he is hoping to get a chance to impact his knowledge to the younger generation who are preparing to represent the country because he had 62 caps for the Super Eagles.
“I have been handling the youth players and it’s always good to do what you know how to do best, actually I have been an assistant coach in Mallorca,” he said.
“We are ex-players, we are coaches, we had played this game and we know how to interact with players, and also to manage them which is important as well, so if the opportunity arises, I would take it with open hands.”
George played with Ajax from 1993-1996, where he won eight major titles, including the 1995 Champions League.
The former Iwuanyanwu Nationale and Sharks FC player was also a director of International football for Betis in 2010.