After revealing he will link up with Jose Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspur, Benni McCarthy has clarified his plans with the three-time Premier League winner.
McCarthy recently revealed that he intends to visit the manager with whom he won the 2014 UEFA Champions League at Premier League outfit Spurs with the intention of furthering his knowledge of the game.
Since being sacked by Cape Town City in November last year, the Bafana Bafana all-time record goalscorer has been linked with a return to South Africa, but he's now made his immediate agenda quite clear.
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"Obviously now when I'm not at a club at the moment, for me it's important to learn, to visit clubs and see how they do things and watch training sessions," McCarthy tells KickOff.com. "So when I get back [to the UK] that's another tick on my agenda.
"I need to speak to Mister, that's what I call him, just to visit Spurs, catch up and see how he trains, how he works, what I can learn from him, pick up some tips to take me forward on this coaching adventure.
"There's no real timeline yet but it's on the horizon when I get back. Those are the things I need to do during the time I'm not with a club."