The Frenchman is set to complete his UEFA A coaching license in the summer, and is already considering where he may want to offer his help.
With former teammates Sherwood and Les Ferdinand running things at White Hart Lane, Ginola believes his experience with the likes of PSG, Newcastle, Tottenham and Aston Villa could give Tottenham the edge as they look to make the top four.
“I would love to help out,” Ginola said.
“It would be a great job to make my first steps into the business. It would be great to see how I worked with the players and whether I could add something positive to the team – especially Spurs.
“Obviously I would have some ideas and some good stuff.
“I would love to be involved with the club and bring on some new ideas about the way Tottenham should play.”
Ginola also revealed he believes he can unlock the full potential of winger Andros Townsend.
“He can really bring something to the team and when the ball reaches his feet, you can see that he has the capability of creating something completely different.
“However, when he is running at players, dribbling and doing his stuff, the final decision he makes is not really appropriate. He goes on to shoot when he should have passed or tried a one-two.
“I would love to work with him on getting all the end product. His start is always good – getting the ball from the line and running inside or outside.
“Andros should have had more goals and more assists. Too often people are disappointed with the final result. I would love to work with him to find out why he takes the decisions he does.”