Former Dutch midfielder and Aston Villa youth team coach George Boateng says he is “always available” for the Black Stars job when the Football federation needs his services.George Boateng, who spent most of his playing career in Egland with Aston Villa, Hull City, and Middlesborough insists there is always an interest in the top job.The 45-year-old is impressed by the work done by the current administration led by Kurt Okraku.If the Black Stars need me, I will always be available, Boateng told Joy News. I have always said that I will always help. I have a very good relationship with the GFA; [president] Mr. [Kurt] Okraku, the vice-president, Mr. Mark Addo, they are doing a great job now,” he added.I have always indicated that if they need my services, I am always able to talk. If we can then come together, put our heads together and agree on something, that is perfect,” said the ex-Hull City player. There would definitely be an interest to manage the Black Stars.