Ghana coach Otto Addo remains coy on his decision to manage a Bundesliga club after the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The 47-year-old’s contract with the Black Stars will end in December after signing a new contract extension after masterminding Ghana’s qualification to the global showpiece.
Coach Addo is currently focused on the Black Stars who got their campaign on a wrong note, losing 3-2 to Portugal in their 2022 World Cup opener on Thursday.
After the goalless first half, Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Portugal via the penalty spot but Ghana equalised through skipper Andre Ayew from close range.
Portugal responded with two goals in two minutes to seal the points, Joao Felix converting a delightfully clipped finish and substitute Rafael Leao coolly stroking in just seconds after coming on.
Osman Bukari headed in a late consolation for Ghana and there could have been real drama in the ninth minute of stoppage time.
“I am sorry this is a wrong question. I am really disappointed. I think we could have got more; we played a good match but we have zero point,” he said after the game.
“With all due respect, I don’t want to be a head coach. I like being coach and regarding the work at BvB I don’t really think about it. I am here, I will do everything for Ghana and you can ask me this question after the tournament.”
The defeat means Black Stars are bottom of Group H after Uruguay and South Korea played out a goalless draw earlier on Thursday.
The Black Stars will now switch their attention to their attention to the match against South Korea on Monday before taking on Uruguay on December 2 at the Education City stadium.