Bechem United striker Ahmed Toure says he has no regrets not playing for Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak.
The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko player was on the verge of joining the Phobians during the Ghana transfer window but opted to join the Hunters, a decision he says he didn’t regret.
Toure, 30, joined the FA Cup holders at the beginning of the season and despite problems with injuries, he is joint top scorer with Accra Hearts of Oak’s Thomas Abbey.
He told Kumasi Based Radio station Metro FM, he could have been a hit or a miss at Hearts but never regreted joining the Hunters.
"I would have been a better player in the Hearts of Oak jersey,” he said.
“I would have also be a Flop in the Hearts of Oak jersey. I have no regrets not playing for Hearts of Oak,” he added.
The Burkinabe attacker is one of the most experience forwards in the Ghana Premier League.
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin