Former Black Stars player, Aaamoah Gyan has officially acquired UEFA B coaching license.
The ex-Black Stars skipper earlier this year moved to Wales for his coaching course.
Gyan was in class for the six-day programme organized by the Football Association of Wales.
It was a residential course for those who had experience of playing or coaching within the professional game.
Gyan excelled and after five months, he has been awarded for his hard work, meaning he is qualified to take on a coaching job.
However, the 36-year-old is yet to hang his boots despite being inactive for more than a year after picking up an injury for Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities FC.
His activity cost him a place in Ghana’s squad for the upcoming FIFA World Cup finals in Qatar.
The former Al Ain striker has not hidden his intention to coach at the highest level.