After completing his three-year contract with the Porcupine Warriors, Naby Laye Keita expressed his appreciation to the club's supporters.
The Guinean striker joined the record holders in the Ghana Premier League in 2018 and went on to become a key player for the Porcupines.
The 28-year-old terminated his contract with two months remaining with Asante Kotoko, claiming a lack of playing time.
In an interview with Ghanasportspage.com the striker wished the club the best of luck in the future and thanked the club's ardent followers for their unwavering support since he came to Kumasi.
“I was very impressed with the fans throughout my stay at the club. I’ve never played for a team which their fans love the club than Kotoko. I played for the biggest team in Guinea for three years, they have supporters like Kotoko but Kotoko supporters are special, that one, I can’t deny it,”
“Whenever I’m on the pitch, I feel like I am playing an African Cup. Even when you are tired, and they are at the park, you can’t even think of getting tired because they are in the stands watching you so for that, I was very very impressed. I thank them and I will follow the club for the rest of my life,” he ended.