The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been looking for a successor to Duncan Fletcher, but have not been able to find a right person to take over as India's coach.
According to a report in MumbaiMirror, the former India coach Kirsten has revealed that he got a call from the board inquiring about his interest to fill up the vacant coach job.
"There have been one or two phone calls but I was not in a position to make those decision," Kirsten, told the newspaper.
However, Kirsten denied to divulge much of the details and said that he feels honoured to be offered the job again of a top international team. But the former South Africa opener also admitted that he is presently enjoying his life out of cricket and also not ruling out the present opportunity in front of him.
I am enjoying my life out of cricket. But you can never rule anything out in life. See what the situation is. I never say yes or never say no, it's difficult.
Kirsten had a successful run as coach and also helping India to lift the World Cup in 2011.
Source : India Today