Former Super Eagles striker, Victor Anichebe, has talked of his dream to own a football club upon retirement from the game.
In an interview with Sky Sports, the 32-year-old also said he would love to play again in England, where he has an “unfinished business.”
“I feel hungry to play but only if the right opportunity comes. I am working on a lot of other things right now but if the right opportunity comes then I would definitely play.
“Last year I trained with my friend Darren Moore at Doncaster. It was really good to be in and around (the team atmosphere).
“I’ve had a few options to go abroad but I feel I want to play in England. I feel like I have unfinished business in England. I would prefer to stay in England for another two years.
“Right now is the fittest I have ever been. We will see if a good opportunity comes and I’ll assess if I actually want to take it and we’ll go from there.”
The ex-Everton forward also said he would love to own a club after finally hanging his boots.
“I would like to go down that route of owning a team.
“I do have a group of people that are quite wealthy guys and together we could come together and go down that route.
“I don’t see why we can’t all come together [as players] and buy clubs. I do think that is another way to really affect change. Instead of wanting change, we can be the change ourselves,” he added.