The striker battled with a recurring knee injury for eight months and although he has recovered, doctors have stopped him from playing until the league is over in July 15
Although the Petrojet goal machine has recovered from a knee injury that forced him out of play for close to eight months, doctors have advised that he observes the rest of the games from the stands to increase his chances of recovering well.
“I will start training at the gym today [Wednesday] and I’m highly relieved, but I will not play the remaining matches in the league,” the 22-year-old told Ghanasoccernet.com.
“The past few months have been difficult especially when you have to watch the games from the stands, but I don’t want to risk my recovery like it happened in the past and that how I have to miss the season.”
The former Asante Kotoko player underwent a medical examination in London and has completed his rehabilitation process.