Steve Polack has dispelled rumours linking him with Hearts of Oak after refusing to extend his stay at King Faisal.
The Brit refused to extend his contract claiming the management team failed to honour his contractual obligations. He refreshed Faisal's fortunes after a bad start in the season and led them to a fourth place.
But Polack says reports linking him to a move to the Accra-based side are wide off the mark. "I am a coach and I am proud of what I have done for the past two years in Ghana but it is never true I have expressed interest in joining Hearts," Polack said.
"But I will be listening to other offers if I think they are good for me and for my career. "I decided not to extend my contract with King Faisal because they failed to honour some part of their obligations and that for me was not good enough. I need a new challenge and it will be exciting to be back to Ghana to coach another side."
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