The former Chelsea boss took charge of the West Africans in December 2014 and went on to guide the team to clinch silver at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.
He lashed out at the media for their constant bashing, labeling their claims as “Bull***t while urging them to focus on football.
But after being handed permission to return to Europe to continue with his monitoring of Ghanaian players, Grant has reaffirmed his desire to quit after next year’s continental showpiece.
“The competitiveness and creativity in training every day of the week is different. There is no doubt that I miss it,” Grant told Israeli radio station 102FM.
“My contract ends after the African Cup of Nations Championships in Gabon early next year.
“Next year, at the end of my contract, it is possible I will coach a team in England.”
Grant has received a lot of stick since assuming the role with his decision to stay abroad coming under the spotlight.
He has been linked with a return to England with several clubs believed to be interested.