The former RTU forward, who has two goals from their Africa campaign, is aiming at hitting the back of the net on Sunday to crash the Algerians out of the competition
The Porcupine Warriors hold the advantage going into the second leg encounter after grinding a precious goalless draw game a fortnight ago in Bejaia.
Coach Didi Dramani side knows very well a win is all the team needs to see them in the next round of Africa’s elite inter-club competition.
Aziz, who has scored two goals so far in the competition is hopeful of getting the results required of them to get pass the Algerian side.
“It will be a very difficult game, but I am very confident of us beating them here in Kumasi,” he told GBC Ura Radio in Bolgatanga.
“We want to make the Kotoko fans and the country at large very happy, so we will be going all out to beat Bejaia on Sunday.”
The former Real Tamale United goal poacher also added that he wants to continue scoring for Kotoko and should he get the nod by coach Dramani to start on Sunday, he will be aiming at scoring for the Kumasi-based team.