The 2015 Afcon winner is hoping to see an African country dominate the world by winning the prestigious global football tournament
Leicester City assistant manager Kolo Toure said his dream is to see an African team lift the Fifa World Cup trophy in the near future.
Toure, who turned 39 on Thursday, is currently honing his managerial skills as an assistant to Brendan Rodgers at the King Power Stadium after an illustrious playing career in the Premier League.
The ex-Ivory Coast international played for Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool in England before calling time on his career at Scottish Premiership side Celtic.
After his retirement in 2017, the former centre-back revealed his love for football made him become a coach, and he is aiming to become the first African manager in the Premier League.
Toure had a stint as a member of the coaching crew for Ivory Coast’s home-based team and U23 team in 2017, and despite the brief stay at home, the 39-year-old has a long-term target for African football in his mind.
“At the end of my career I thought about what I could bring to the world. What is my strength in my life? I thought about other industries but the only thing I really knew and enjoyed was football. The only industry I felt I could really bring some creativity to was football,” Toure told BBC Sport.