Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Fredrick Boateng insists his job is to score goals for the club and help them excel in the upcoming Ghana Premier League season.
The former Inter Allies attacker scored in Kotoko's 2-0 friendly win over division one side New Edubiase.
Having rejoined the club on a two-year deal, the forward was in top form against the former Premier League campaigners on Sunday and wants to continue in that vein of performance ahead of the start of the new campaign.
"As a striker, your objective is to score goals, and for me, that is my job so I have to score goals,' he said after the game. "I wasn't carried away by getting that goal cos that is my job."
Boateng returned to the club he once played for in the past after spells with Inter Allies and abroad. The striker wants the fans of the club to expect more from him ahead of the new season.
"All I can tell the supporters is to be calm and that we just had a new Coach, so we are now putting things together and tactically we are working on improving our performance," he added.
Fredrick Boateng expressed disappointment on the exit in the CAF Confederations Cup but asked the fans to keep on supporting them.
"For the supporters, I want to tell them not to be heartbroken, the players did their best but luck eluded us. All I can tell the supporters is to keep praying for us and we will repay them with good football."