Ex-Ghana international John Paintsil insists he is content with managing in the lower tier and does not intent to manage in the Ghana Premier League anytime soon.
The former Black Stars right-back took to coaching after calling time on his international career a year ago.
Paintsil was once the assistant manager at South African side Kaizer Chiefs, but now manages Soccer Vision Explorers in the second tier of Ghana football.
The 36-year-old has been in charge of the Division Two side for just a month, however, he insists his only focus currently is to build the club.
According to him, he is not yet ready to take charge of any club in the Ghanaian topflight.
“I am in charge of Soccer Vision Explorers Academy as a head coach. We are still building the team and we are in second division,” Paintsil said.
“I have been there for a month and so far so good things are going on well. “I have something that I am doing and I am not looking forward to work with any club yet.
“I am just happy with whatever I have learnt in Europe and giving back to African boys who want to learn in order to get far.”
Paintsil enjoyed a glittering career at both club and international level, having played for the likes of Fulham and West Ham United in the Premier League.
He also featured 89 times for the Black Stars, having starred in numerous Africa Cup of Nations tournaments and two World Cups.