FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Hussein has said that if he wins the extraordinary election in February, he will publicize any closely guarded documents necessary as part of his sweeping reforms of soccer's world governing body.

In an interview with Kyodo News at the Asian Football Confederation Awards, Prince Ali said he is prepared to bring out all the skeletons in the closet at FIFA headquarters in Zurich to help restore credibility in an organization that has hit "rock bottom."

Prince Ali is running for the presidency again after losing in May to incumbent Sepp Blatter, who is now suspended by the ethics committee for a mysterious payment made to his former sidekick and UEFA president Michel Platini.