Asante Kotoko midfielder, Baba Mahama, has vowed to hit top form in the upcoming season, after admitting that he was not at his best in his debut season.
The utility midfield enforcer joined The Reds prior to the start of last season from Techiman City. Mahama had aided his former club to qualify into the country’s top flight competition.
He mentioned that he was not enthused about his output, and that he is hoping to see an improved performance in his second season.
“Admittedly I didn’t play to my utmost best last season,” he said. “That was not my best form. But I can hit top form, and I look forward to exactly that next season. I’m certain that fans would see a much improved game from me.” He told the club’s website.
“My target for last season was to become a key figure in the team and contribute hugely to its trophy haul. I didn’t do too badly but l think that I could have done better,” he explained.
Comparing last year’s preseason activities to that of now, the player admits to improvements in his condition saying: “things have started on a brighter note.”
“I didn’t have a full preseason with the team because I arrived when the period was almost ending. Therefore I could not get much playing time in the early days of the season. I picked up but fell sick when I was beginning to enjoy some consistency. But things are pleasantly different this time. I’m here with the team for preseason and look forward to entering the season much stronger and well prepared”.