The former Kwara United coach was asked to go after he guided the People’s Elephant to a record seventh league title in the out gone season.
Ikhana said he needs to steady himself for a while as he never bargained for the shocker that befell him at Enyimba.
“I have decided not to rush things because I never planned for what befell me at Enyimba which remains a rude shock.
“I want to re-examine all over again the whole experience to see where I got it wrong though it has been really difficult laying hand on any fault committed while on the saddle.
“Though I’m getting over the shock right now I still want to relax a bit before I give any club my word for the upcoming league season,” Ikana said.