Sekondi Hasaacas striker Samuel Afful is determined to rediscover his blistering form in order to make an impact in the Ghana Premier League.
The 20-year-old was tipped for greatness this term following an impressive campaign last season during which he scored six goals, amid constant trips with the Black Satellites.
However, he has failed to find the back of the net after nine games this term but remains confident of hitting double figures before the end of the season.
“It has been a difficult campaign for the whole players. We’ve been able to record only three wins out of nine games but we will hit the ground running soon,” Afful told Goal.
“Personally, I’ve not performed up to the standard that a large section of the supporters wanted this season. I’m yet to score my first goal but it’s not too late. There are many more matches to play and I’m optimistic that I will get better and surely surpass my tally for last season with the training regimes.
“Supporters are complaining because I have not scored, but I want to tell them not to be worried. We are a team working towards one goal so in my absence Eric Bekoe scores. It’s for the same team and purpose. I’ve been able to provide three assists out of the four goals Bekoe has scored so far, so relatively, I’ve not been bad but will continue to do more to rediscover my form,” he added.
Hasaacas sit 12th on the log with 10 points and will travel to Dawu to face Dreams FC on Sunday.
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