Asante Kotoko defender Augustine Sefah says he is confident that his current contract will be extended when it runs out at the end of the season.
The defender who was on the verge of leaving the club last year was made to stay for another season following the intervention of the new head coach Maxwell Konadu.
Despite featuring in only one league game for the Porcupines, the defender is hopeful that his contract will be renewed at the end of the season.
“I believe my contract would be extended at the end of the season or even before then,” Sefah told Kotoko Express App.
“But I also know, that would largely depend on my impact on the team.”
“Sometimes, it is not so much about playing too many games but also about the impact you make in the few opportunities that you get; the quality and commitment you show. That is what would make people see your worth.”
“No single player can play all the 34 league games; the nature of the pitches here would even allow it. So I always get myself prepared and then play to the best of my ability to help the team whenever I get the chance.”
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