Former Sunderland forward Asamoah Gyan is hoping to return to Sunderland in the future after starting huis coaching badges.
Earlier this month, Gyan, who is the all-time leading top scorer of the Ghana national team travelled to Wales for his UEFA B Coaching Badge.
Gyan had a successful career in England with Sunderland for a short spell before moving to Al Ain in the UAE.
He scored 10 goals in 34 games for the club before departing for China.
The 36-year-old has, however, declared his intentions to reconnet with the club after starting his coaching badges.
"Say hi to the Sunderland fans, I miss them and I guess that's life. Hopefully I will see you guys in the future," said Gyan on social media most recently, as he wished Arizona based coach Ged Quinn well in his own endeavours.
Despite starting his coaching badges, the former Ghana captain is yet to announce his retirement from football.