The Wa All Stars striker has set his sight on moving abroad when the season ends as well as helping his club to get a top four finishWa All Stars forward Prince Atakora Gyimah is eyeing a move outside to ply his trade when the current Ghana Premier League season ends.
The former Berekum Arsenal, Kessben FC and Accra Hearts of Oak striker says his ultimate desire is to move out of the country and he is very confident that he can land a deal at the end of the season.
“I will like to move outside Ghana to Europe and ply my trade there when the current league season ends,” Atakora told Goal.com Ghana.
“Though I am enjoying my stay with Wa All Stars, the dream of every player is to play outside and I hope I will get the chance with determination, hard work and by the grace of God.”
He added: “Currently, my aim is to help my club to finish in the top four and I think that is within our reach and we will achieve it.”
Gyimah was part of the Black Starlets team that reached the semi-finals of the 2007 Under-17 World Cup in Korea and he is considered as one of the talented goal poachers in the local league.