Former Accra Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Sammy Adjei has reiterated his desire to stage a return to the Club.
The 35-year-old is has been inactive for the past three years since leaving the Club in 2013.
Adjei who last featured for the Rainbow Club have been keeping himself in shape with some personal training.
The ex- Club Africain and Ashdod shot-stopper is craving for a return to the former Ghanaian Champions.
“I have been keeping myself in shape, I have been training on my own, I am still active, I have spoken with some people at the Club that I want to come back,” he told Peace FM.
“So I am yet to hear from them, they have given me an assurance. Maybe in the second round I will be there.
The experience gloves-man hogged the headline in Africa after he tremendous performance with the Black Stars at the 2002 Africa Cup of Nations in Mali.
He also represented Ghana at the 2006 Nations Cup in Egypt as well as the FIFA World Cup in Germany.
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