Dreams FC new signing Abel Manomey set sights on team success rather than individual objectives when the Ghana Premier League resumes.
Manomey joined the Still Believe' Lads on a two-year deal during the second transfer window after successful negotiations and completing the formalities.
According to the experienced striker, he moved to Dreams to be a team player and help the club achieve its objectives at the end of the season.
"I will say that I am not going to Dreams to say I will score 30 goals or 40 goals or I am going to be the goal king for Dreams," he told Citi Sports.
"No, I am going to Dreams now, to be more of a team player so that together, collectively we can push the objectives of Dreams now moving from where they are to a good position. So that is the main objective."
"I know that when this objective is achieved, the goals and stuff will come."
The 2019/20 Ghana Premier League has been halted due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country.