The hard-tackling centre-back is sanguine the upcoming Ghana’s top division campaign will be there for him as he looks forward to leading his side to glory when the new season commences.
Hearts of Oak defender Inusah Musah has declared his readiness to take the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season by storm.
The 24-year-old, who has set sights on a move abroad this coming term says, he wants to write his name in the history books of the Phobians thereby helping them in gunning for honours as their current skipper.
“I think this upcoming season is going to be my season as l want to work hard in order to be on top of my form,” the crooked guardsman told Accra-based Radio Gold.
“I want to set a new record with Hearts of Oak as a captain by taking the club to places if God willing. And if l had an opportunity to play in Europe, l will just move and continue with my trade as a footballer.”
The rough-tackler has thrown his weight behind his interim gaffer, Henry Wellington, as he feels the tactician has what it takes to lead them for the forthcoming top-flight campaign.
“As for we the players, l think the coach[Henry Wellington] knows all of us very well and vice versa. He again knows our individual qualities and l think he can handle the team,” he deduced.