Benjamin Agyare, the former Hearts of Oak defender, has confessed that he wanted to stay at Hearts of Oak and exhibited his sadness on his exit.
Agyare and four others were allowed to leave the Phobians on Friday.
The centre-back has said that the management of the club opted against he staying for a further period.
“I had a call from the managment of Hearts of Oak and when I met them,they started thanking me for my service so it was clear indication that my services was not needed anymore”, he told vision 1 fm.
“I wished to continue with Hearts but that's the end of the road for me. I feel a bit of pain because, I had an accident and stayed away for a while but I still showed commitment and love when I returned”
The former Hearts of Lions defender thanked the supporters and fans of the club for the support during his stay at the club.
“I want to thank all Phobians for the love and support they showed me during my time and I plead they continue even as I'm not part of them anymore as a player. I thank the management for the opportunity they gave me at Accra Hearts of Oak”.
“I have no problem with the management and all monies have been paid to me”, he added.