Hearts of Oak defender, William Denkyi has not ruled out the possibility of the club winning a double this season.
Hearts of Oak are in the semi finals of the MTN FA Cup competition where they will face Medeama at the Cape Coast Stadium Stadium on Sunday, August 1.
Having annexed the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League title with Hearts of Oak on 61 points, four above rivals Kotoko, William Denkyi believes a double is a high possibility.
“Anything can happen. We’re just focused.
“We keep pushing and keep the momentum going.
“I think with that we’ll reach far.” William Denkyi told Africa-foot.com.
Denkyi joined the Phobians in 2018 on a 3-year deal and instantly became a hit, fitting in well for the outgone Joshua Otoo.
Fast forward to the 2019/20 league season, he struggled for game time due to a stiff competition from Congo international, Raddy Ovouka who eventually dislodged him onto the substitute bench.
He managed just three games in the 2019/20 season which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
He was named in Hearts of Oak’s squad for the 2020/21 league season after his exit was reportedly foiled by the 2000 CAF Champions League winners.
He once against struggled to pick a regular playing shirt due to the current form of Raddy Ovouka but the former Liberty Professionals left back says there is nothing like “unhealthy competition” between them.
“No!. Not at all, not in any competition with anyone.
“We’re all doing our best for the club and ourselves to achieve what we aim for. William Denkyi told Africa-foot.com.
The 22-year-old started his juvenile career with Darkuman based Charity Stars before joining Liberty Professionals after he was scouted in 2015 where he was a regular.
He was whisked away in 2018 by Hearts of Oak following his sterling performance during his spell with the Scientific Soccer Lads.
Denkyi has enjoyed national team football with Ghana’s U-17, U-20 and the U-23 sides. He is a 2020/21 Ghana Premier League winner with Hearts of Oak after the Phobians claimed their 21st and 1st title in 11-years.