The on-loan midfielder wants to go back to Kumasi after helping the elite league debutants to “gain grounds” in the premiership
“I really miss Kotoko, and I would play well for my new club in order to go back to Kotoko and command a regular starting place,” he told the 90 Minutes.
“I started my Kotoko career very well but injuries restricted my playing time as I spent much of the season on the sidelines nursing injuries.”
Mohammed added: “I am even relishing going back to Kotoko after the first round if I help Amidaus to gain grounds.”
The former OJ Nice of France midfielder who has been appointed captain of the Tema-based club was also quick to point out that Amidaus Professionals have what it takes to survive the domestic top flight.