Odemwingie retired from active football in April, 2019 and has already obtained a golf coaching badge.
The 38-year-old is however considering a place in the dugout in the near future.
“In about three to four years, I would like to become a football coach,” the former player said in an Instagram live session.
“At the moment the plan is to spend as much time as possible with my kids. I travelled a lot during my career and didn’t get to spend as much time with them as I would have wanted, but now I’m enjoying being a dad.
“Now I’m into golf because that gives me the knowledge about other sports and the knowledge I need about football coaching but for now, I’m focusing on golf because I have a genuine passion for it.”
Odemwingie represented Nigeria 63 times and scored 10 goals.
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