Ghana's forward Caleb Ekuban has cried out loud insisting he wants to continue his stay at Trabzonspor beyond the summer transfer window.
The Leeds United loanee was sent to Turkey in the beginning of the season on a loan deal.But the 25-year-old striker has preferred to ply his trade with Trabzonspor permanently.
Since, the side are willing to sign him on a permanent deal with amount of €1m, having proved worthy.
There are also suggestions that the Turkish outfit could consider letting him go in the summer, with a €10m asking price on his head.
But the striker is happy in Turkey and has stressed that his first choice is to stay at Trabzonspor and continue at the club next season.
“Of course I would like to stay.“My first choice is Trabzonspor", the striker told Turkish daily Sabah.
Ekuban has racked up 29 appearances in all competitions this season for Trabzonspor, scoring eight goals and providing three assists for his team-mates.