The club’s communications officer Ronald Moyo revealed that Harrison is in constant touch with Bosso officials. He said:
What is most important is that Harrison is now the Highlanders’ technical manager and he is in touch with the club’s leadership.
We expect him in the country soon to start preparations for the coming season. The moment he arrives we will notify our valued stakeholders and organise a Press conference for his unveiling.
Harrison was appointed Highlanders coach following the departure of Dutchman Hendrik Pieter de Jongh, who joined champions FC Platinum after being in charge of Bosso for four months.
Harrison had stints with Premier League sides Caps United and Harare City.
Previously the Briton managed the Bangladesh national team, coached South African sides Mpumalanga Black Aces, African Warriors, Bay Stars, Chippa United and Golden Arrows.
He was also in charge of Township Rollers in Botswana.