Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Saddick Adams says he wishes to play for the club for life if the Ghanaian giants are willing to tie him down for long.
The former Ghana youth star spoke of his admiration for the club since his juvenile playing day. Adams rose through the ranks of Ashantogold, regional rivals of Kumasi Asante Kotoko before travelling abroad to continue with his career.
However, following several years of playing abroad, the 27 year old returned to Ghana and enjoyed spells with Berekum Chelsea before eventually settling at the club he supported in his childhood days.
“I have been a Kotoko fan since my days with the AshGold Academy in Obuasi. I am not saying this because it is the club I’m playing for now but it’s been the club I have always wished to play for,” Sadick said Spot Lite on GTV Sports Plus.
“That will depend on the offer and whether Kotoko will be ready to let me go. But I wish I could play for life,” he added.
The striker became a hit in the second round of the Ghana Premier League for Kumasi Asante Kotoko, scoring a first half hat-trick to win the Porcupine Warriors the MTN FA Cup.
The former Black Starlets marksman ended the season with 10 games from 18 appearances.