New Black Stars head coach Milovan Rajevac said he feels Ghana is his second home.
The Serbian has been handed the top job in Ghana football for the second time and was unveiled on Friday.
Speaking at his unveiling at GFA Secretariat, Rajevac said: “I feel this country is my second home.”
Following the sacking of Charles Akonnor earlier in September, the GFA embarked on a search for a new coach for the Black Stars.
A three-member committee set up by the GFA reportedly received over 100 applications, but settled on Rajevac.
Rajevac was approved by GFA following consultations with the Youth and Sports Ministry.
Milovan has been handed a one-year contract, with an extension until February 2023 based on the team’s qualification to next year’s World Cup.
The former Thailand and Algeria head coach in his first spell endeared himself to Ghanaians as he built a formidable team.
The team reached the final of the Africa Cup of Nations and was among the best eight countries at the World Cup in 2010.