Elmina Sharks winger Felix Addo says he is not in a rush to leave the country for clubs abroad, insisting he is happy with the club.
According to the Black Stars B forward, he is ready to serve the club for some few years despite several offers trickling in from abroad.
Addo was recent reported to be joining Kuwaiti side Al Qadsia but the deal could not materialize hence playing another season with the Elmina boys.
“Being part of the great WAFU team is like a dream come true. Offers are coming and I’m not in a rush to move away from Elmina Sharks," he told 442gh.com
“I want the offers to come on its own for people to see that these are good clubs wanting my services,” he added.
“It should not be like I am pushing myself outside the country because interests are coming from clubs outside.
“I don’t want to be swollen-headed that because I’m playing well, I have to move outside the country.”
“I’m now focused on Elmina Sharks to see through my contract with them. I’m working to ensure the progress of the club and if an offer comes and the club thinks I am good to go, I will go,” he concluded.
The striker has been a key member of Elmina Sharks, helping the club to a 9th place finish in their debut campaign.Read Full Story