The 32-year old goal poacher, however, adds he will be the first person to take a pay-cut should such a proposition be laid before players of Aduana Stars.
There has been the argument that players in the local league accept reductions in their salaries due to the financial impact of coronavirus on clubs.
"Issues of pay cut should be a consensus between players and Management of clubs," Yahaya Mohammed told Sikka Sports. "I will be the first person to accept pay-cut at Aduana Stars," he added.
Several European clubs have either agreed or deferred their salaries in other to help combat the pandemic.
There were reports that Hearts and Kotoko have been speaking to their players over pay-cuts but nothing has been agreed on yet. Read Full Story