Former Ghana Premier League goal King and Kumasi Asante Kotoko stars says he would grab any opportunity to reunite with the club.
Eric Bekoe, who helped Kumasi Asante Kotoko to Premier League triumph in 2008 after winning the goal king has had a tough career since leaving the club.
The 30 year old has been troubled with series pf injuries that has hugely affected his career. Having won the golden boot in 2008, the former Liberty Professional striker join Egyptian side Petrojet but failed to stamp his foot in North Africa.
However, the player who last played for Hasaacas in the Ghana Premier League insists he is ready to justify his inclusion at the club should the opportunity be given to him.
“I’m ready to undergo trials to play for Asante Kotoko again, I really love the club and the supporters, should the coach invite me to come and justify my inclusion, I will not hesitate to take that opportunity.” He told Adehye fm in Kumasi
“There are some clubs outside who have also shown interest in me but I am yet to take a decision.”
The former Hearts of Lions marksman is however looking for a club ahead of next season. He scored 8 times as Hasaacas got relegated two seasons ago.