Slovenian coach, Ivo Sajh, has told MTNFootball.com he wishes to return to Nigerian club, Kano Pillars, to complete some 'unfinished business.'
Sajh led Pillars to the semi-finals of last year's CAF Champions League only to depart the team soon after under a cloud.
"Reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League was no mean achievement for this team, but I also know that we could have gone all the way and won the trophy but for some problems in the team by the time we clashed with Heartland in the semi-finals," Sajh told MTNFootball.com.
"That is why I wish to return to the club and ensure that next year, Pillars are champions of
Sajh was suspended and his tactics and team selection questioned by Pillars management by last year's semi-final against fellow Nigerian club Heartland.
He thereafter left for his native
while also complaining that the club had breached certain clauses in his contract. Slovenia
"The problem was lack of communication between me and the officials. This will not happen again when I return," he argued.
Last season, Pillars finished as runners-up in the
Premier League and will represent the country along with champions Enyimba in next year's CAF Champions League. Nigeria