The former Tema Youth midfielder wants the Porcupine Warriors to repay his loan fee in full if they want him back in Kumasi before his term elapsesOn-loan Kumasi Asante Kotoko midfielder Yahaya Mohammed has stated that the Porcupine Warriors will have to pay Amidaus Professionals if he is to cut short his loan deal and return to Kumasi in the second round.
The former Tema Youth and OGC Nice player has been the best player in the Ghana Premier League so far scoring nine goals from midfield in 10 games.
“My loan deal to Amidaus was a long season loan and I have collected the money so if Kotoko wants me back for the second round, they must refund half of the money to Amidaus,” Mohammed told Goal.com Ghana.
“I think I am proving a point at Amidaus and my success is due to determination and hard work.”
Mohammed was loaned by the Porcupine Warriors to the domestic top flight debutants at the beginning of the season and has become a revelation in the middle of the field for them.
Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani is understood to be craving for his return for the second round of the league after losing former captain Daniel Nii Adjei to TP Mazembe.