Former Kotoko attacker Eric Bekoe sees himself as a Club legend after overly impressing during his time with the Porcupine Warriors.
Having spent just one season with the Reds, Bekoe made a huge impact scoring numerous goals for the Club.
He finished as the top scorer in the 2007/08 Ghana Premier League season where he netted 17 times in 23 League appearances.
Bekoe insists he has written his name in the history books of the Club despite his short stay.
“It has been memorable because I have left a big legacy and being a legend of the club doesn’t mean that you need to stay with the club for so many years but the footprints that you will leave, the stain that you leave on the white cloth is what matters,” he was speaking to TV3 Sports.
“Though I played Kotoko for just a season, I was rated 25 among all goals corers in the world which I think was a remarkable achievement during my time at the club,” he bragged.”
Despite his exploits at Club level, the 33-year-old did not have the best of times with the National team making just 12 appearances.