Former Tottenham striker Mido says it would be his "dream" to manage the club one day.
Mido spent 18 months with Spurs from 2005-2007, scoring 19 times in 61 appearances.
He retired from football at the age of 30 and has since had management spells with Egyptian sides Zamalek, Ismaily and Wadi Degla.
Speaking on the Soccer AM podcast, he said: "I would love to manage Tottenham one day, that's my dream - to manage in the Premier League and to manage Tottenham.
"It's not easy because I am not English, but I am trying to make the right steps and the right education, maybe I will try to be an assistant somewhere for two or three years and then see what happens.
"I know it's not easy but my dream is to be Tottenham manager."
Mido left Spurs in 2007 to join Middlesbrough and says that is one of the biggest regrets of his career.
"Leaving Tottenham was one of the worst decisions I made.
"I had the chance to stay and I decided to go to Middlesbrough. I wished I could have stayed longer, but as a person if I didn't play for three or four games I was going crazy. I knew if I stayed and didn't play I would get in trouble. It was a difficult decision and if I decided now I would have stayed."