The 20-year-old striker, who joined the Phobians last season from second-tier side FC Utrecht, played 13 games and scored three goals as the club finished fourth.
However, he believes he can make amends and achieve success this time around by winning the local league topscorer's accolade.
"It was unfortunate that I couldn’t achieve my aim of winning the league title with Hearts last season but the dream is still on course. So I want to win the league and also pick the goal king award," Razak told Abusua FM.
"It won't be easy to score many goals to achieve this feat but it is possible. The league just started and we have played only few matches so our aim of winning the trophy is still on course. We are working seriously to make it a reality at the end of the season and personally, I want to make a name,” he added.
Hearts have picked six points from their opening five games and will host city rivals Great Olympics in the Accra derby on Sunday.