Former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann has stressed his desire to return to Anfield in the future.
The 37-year-old German is relatively new to the coaching game and currently plying his trade in League One, but the veteran is aiming high and sets his sights on a comeback with Liverpool.
"It would be nice to go back to Liverpool one day and to work in some capacity, play some part. Obviously to manage them would be a dream come true," Hamann told liverpoolfc.tv.
"When I have my Pro licence, I will see where I am wanted. I would like to stay in this country but you never know."
Hamann is currently working in a player-coach role at MK Dons, mixing his role as a defensive midfielder alongside duties under manager Karl Robinson. Assistant manager John Gorman and former Wolves midfielder Alex Rae are also part of the staff at Stadium:mk.
"I can gain invaluable experience and learn things from Karl, Alex and John every day while I am doing my coaching badges," Hamann continued.
"I want to play this year and then see."
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