Asante Kotoko interim manager Michael Osei says he won’t be bothered should management decides not to hand him a permanent job as the head coach of the side.
Osei replaced David Duncan as a stop-gap coach after the Club asked the former (David Duncan) to step as aside following the Club’s poor start in the Ghana Premier League.
Michael Osei has been impressive since taking charge of the side on temporary basis guiding the Club to three away victories including a famous win over rivals Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium.
His performance has raised calls for him to be appointed as a permanent coach of the side.
The former New Edubiase assistant Coach says he will not be worried should he fail to secure himself the top job.
“I won’t be bothered, for now I won’t to help the team to get good results, as I said earlier I am ever ready whenever management tells me to take up the job permanently,” he told Starr FM
“I am working and if they feel I am good for the job I’m read, but I won’t be worried if I am not giving the job.”
Kotoko are poised to secure a fourth straight win as they welcome struggling Inter-Allies to the Babayara Sports Stadium on Sunday.