Techiman Eleven Wonders will soon be boosted by the return of striker, Prince Okraku.
Okraku, who has been sidelined with a muscle injury for over two months, has started light work with his team mates in Techiman.
The rugged striker shifted base from Dreams FC to Eleven Wonders on loan and quickly established himself in coach Ignatius Osei Fosu’s side.
Prior to his injury, the dark skinned forward scored three goals from eight substitute appearances.
Speaking to Africa-Foot.com’s Adamu Muftawu, Okraku could not hide the joy of returning to light work with the technical team.
““First of all I just want to thank God for how far he has brought me and seeing me through this two month’s injury.
“Thank God after the training with the team, I’m getting in [into the team]and and I’m getting fit gradually and I thank God.
“I hope soon I will join the team fully.
“I’m not rushing it and I’m taking it gradually and I know I will be fine.” Prince Okraku told Adamu Muftawu.
The 24-year-old Okraku re-joined Dreams FC after leaving Israeli club, Maccabi Tel Aviv where he spent a brief loan spell.
He has had a short loan spell at fellow Israeli side, Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam which he joined for more playing time after challenges in commanding a regular shirt at Maccabi.
He featured briefly for Dreams FC in the truncated 2019/20 league season before his move on loan to Eleven Wonders in the 2020/21 season.