Stephen Appiah is one of Ghana’s greatest ever footballers, having starred for his country at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups and collected 67 caps for his country.
Six years on from his retirement, Appiah now wants to become a manager, with his ultimate dream being to one day take charge of the Black Stars.
The 37-year-old visited West Ham last week to learn the ropes for a manager’s involvement within a club.
Appiah observed both the first team and the academy and spoke to several leading figures at the club, including Mark Noble, Patrice Evra and Joe Hart, as well as coaches Terry Westley and Jack Collison and head of medical services Gary Lewin.
See what he had to say in the video below and be sure to bet on the World Cup in Russia this summer with Betway.