Embattled Gladson Awako has hinted of staying with Hearts of Oak against earlier decision to get his two years contract cancelled.
It comes just 24 hours after Hearts of Oak released a statement about his absence, urging him to sort out all his issues and join his teammates to prepare for upcoming assignment very soon.
The midfield dynamo has been in dilemma just a month after completing a move to the camp of the rainbows from rivals Accra Great Olympics.
He was reported to be experiencing some difficulties that have prevented him from taking part in the side’s CAF Confederation Cup first round qualifier against Guinean outfit CI Kamsar.
He was rumoured to have asked Great Olympics to refund his transfer fee to the Hearts Oak.
But fresh statement from the 30-year-old indicat he has painstakingly resolved to stay with the Premier Peague champions Hearts of Oak after excusing himself from the team’s camp and missing their Champions League opener against Ginuea's CI Kamsar last Sunday.
Awako has given a clue about rejoining his teammates in Hearts of Oak camp during a live video session on his Facebook page.
“It’s not easy eh..I’m coming back strongly don’t worry. I’m coming..” he declared at the end of the live video where he was being trained by Train Like A Pro fitness trainer Laryea Totti.
Several reports in the past week had claimed that the 30-year-old attacker is fearful for his life after having so many nightmares since he signed for the Phobians.
He was reported to have expressed readiness to make a full refund of his signing-on fee and will do all he can to leave Hearts of Oak before the 2021/2022 football season commence.
Despite Hearts of Oak's statement confirming that the 2009 FIFA U-20 winner has been missing in action because he is experiencing some personal difficulties, the club still urged him to sort out all his issues and join his teammates to prepare for upcoming assignment very soon.
Awako was one of the brightest players in the Ghana Premier League last term with Great Olympics.
He scored 10 goals in 43 appearances for the Dade Boys during his two-year stay at the club.
He just the Phobians last month a two year deal, being registered as part of a 36-man squad for their 2021/22 CAF Champions League campaign.