The Black Stars skipper is dreaming of becoming a 'Porcupine Warrior' before hanging his boots
Ghana captain, Asamoah Gyan says he will want to end his career at Kumasi Asante Kotoko before bidding farewell to football.
Gyan’s only Ghana premier league experience was with Liberty Professionals before leaving for Italy to join Udinese.
But the Al Ain goal poacher relishes one more experience in the Ghanaian top flight in the closing stages of football career.
"I will definitely return one day to the Ghana premier league where I will play for no other club than Asante Kotoko.
''I have and always been a big fan of Kotoko and always wish the club win games and trophies, the 27-year-old told Kumasi based, Angel FM.
Asamoah Gyan’s elder brother, Baffour Gyan also played for Kotoko after all his adventures abroad.
Kotoko are the most succesful side in the history of Ghana's league after winning 21 titles, one more than rivals, Accra Hearts of Oak.