Hearts Of Oak goalkeeper Richmond Ayi says he loves the club but is hoping to secure a deal abroad to continue his career.
The former WAFA shot-stopper joined the Phobians in a three-year deal November 2018 after his contract with the Sogakope-based club came to a close.
He was the number choice until the arrival of Richard Attah.
The lanky goalie says he will not hesitate to trek abroad to seek for greener pastures.
“Every player wants a good CV. It is my wish to continue my career in Europe in order to help the next generation of footballers,” he told Kumasi-based Bohye FM.
“It is a process because I have played to the national team level – U17 and U20.
He also urged the supporters to rally behind them when the season restarts.
“I urge the fans to continue supporters us. I know that when the season resumes we will play better for them to be happy.”
Football activities – unlike some European countries – are on hold in Ghana due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ghana FA suspended its activities in mid-March after the government of Ghana placed a ban on social gatherings. The government is set to review the ban on July 31, 2020.
However, the association is expected to determine the future of the 2019-20 season latest June 30.