The 27-year-old promised to hit the back of the net ahead of the matchday eleven encounter but despite having a couple of chances in the game, including one in additional time, he couldn't make it.
"It was a good game but I feel a bit disappointed," Gyan told Goal.
"Picking a point here isn't strange but failing to score is strange to me. I had several opportunities and I should have at least scored one. This is because we controlled the game especially in the latter part of the game, but I will make amends in the next game.
"We're playing Berekum Chelsea next in Cape Coast and I hope to make amends. I have to hit at least two goals to keep my dream of winning the goal king alive," he added.
Gyan leads the topscorer's chart with seven goals, two goals above Bechem United star Amed 'Simba' Toure.