Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen has promised to give more on the field when he fully recovers from his over 60-day’s injury.
The former Vision FC midfielder has been sidelined for over two months which has seen him miss a couple of games for the Phobians in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season.
The 22-year-old started light training with colleagues on Wednesday after being passed fit by the medical team.
Speaking to Adamu Muftawu of Africa-Foot.com, the former Ghana U-23 star has promised to hit the ground running if fully fit.
“My message to the Hearts fans, the Phobia fans is, they should expect something big.
“What’s even coming is bigger than what’s gone.
“I’m coming back very stronger and bringing them greatness.
“They should expect something big from me Insha Allah.” Abdul-Aziz Nurudeen told Adamu Muftawu.
The dreadlocked midfielder last played for the 20-time Ghana title holders on February 7 against Legon Cities FC.
Abdu Aziz Nurudeen was a member of Ghana’s U-23 team which placed 4th at the Africa Championship in 2019 in Egypt.
He is expected to add more bite to Hearts of Oak’s already packed midfield.
The Phobians have gathered 34 points from 21 matches in the ongoing league.
They lie 3rd on same points as regional rivals, Great Olympics but a point less than bitter rivals, Asante Kotoko who lie 2nd.