Former Asante Kotoko striker, Sadick Adams has said he will be glad to join Accra Hearts of Oak.
The ex-Ghana youth international expressed his desire to play for Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak in his football career.
Adams has been unattached after ending his stint with Lebanese side, Al Shabab Bourj last season.
He was reported to be close to joining Techiman-based Premier League club, Eleven Wonders but his switch collapsed on the transfer deadline day.
“Of course, I want to play for Accra Hearts of Oak,” Adams told Kumasi-based radio station Angel FM monitored bb GhanaNewsPage.Com.
“I will be glad if that I have played for Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.
“I made a record with Kotoko against Hearts and I want to make the same record with Hearts against Kotoko. I believe it will happen,” he added.
Adams agreed to join Asante Kotoko ahead of Hearts of Oak from Berekum Chelsea after a loan spell in Cyprus in 2017.
He joined the list of Asante Kotoko players who had bagged a hat-trick against their sworn-rivals Hearts of Oak in their 2017 MTN FA Cup final.
He scored all the goals in Kotoko’s 3-1 over Hearts in the 2017 FA Cup final.
Recently, the former Atletico Madrid youth attacker vowed never to play for Asante Kotoko in an interview.
Adams was shortlisted among the top 50 Most Exciting Teenagers on the Planet by the World Soccer Magazine in November 2007.
Source: Ghana | GhanaNewsPage.Com | Owura Kissi Stephen