The former Super Eagles midfielder has not found a new club since leaving Dutch club Fortuna Sittard in 2018
On Sunday, the former Nigerian coach Olise hopes to revive his management career by working as a coach in Belgium, which will bring him closer to his family.
The last job he dug up was three years ago, when he managed Fortuna Sittard in the Dutch second league. He played a role in the process of being promoted to the Eredivisie in 2017-18, but he did not team.
The former Ajax and Dortmund star was suspended by Futuna on February 14, 2018.
After a long absence from new adventures, Olise revealed that he is ready to consider the offers of foreign clubs, and because of his family, he will give priority to the opportunity to work in Belgium.
“The desire to work in Belgium is personal because I really want to be close to my family,” Olise told BBC Sports Africa.
“Being with my family is the top priority, but from a professional point of view, if something happens abroad, I will consider it.
“It is very welcome to consider allowing a dialogue on the time allocation between Belgium and my work base in a foreign club.”
Olise played 54 times for the Nigeria team from 1993 to 2002, scoring two goals, and briefly served as the Super Eagles coach in 2015.
After Nigeria failed to pass the group stage of the 2016 Rwanda African Nations Championship, the 46-year-old resigned in 2016 for breach of contract and arrears of wages.