Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen has set an ambitious target of winning the Ghana Premier League, FA Cup and as well excelling in continental football with the Phobians.
Formerly of second tier side, Vision FC, the young midfielder joined the Phobians in 2020 on a three-year deal.
The “Madina Boy” joined the millennium Champions on transfer deadline day alongside sleek midfielder, Frederick Ansah Botchway and the 2020 CAF U-20 Africa Cup of Nations winner, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh.
The 23-year-old hit the ground running until his injury in February which forced him to be sidelined for eight months.
He returned to full scale training under head coach Samuel Boadu after doctors declared him fully fit weeks ago.
It is however left for for him to break into the starting eleven of the 21 times Ghana Premier League holders who have dropped to the 2021/22 CAF Confederation Cup after their elimination from the CAF Champions League by Morocco giants, Wydad Athletic Club.
He was not registered for the continental campaign due to the lengthy injury layoff but he wants to win laurels when he returns to playing regularly.
“My target and ambition is about winning the Ghana Premier league with Accra Hearts Of Oak.
“Again as well as the FA Cup and also try to excel and go far in the CAF Champions league.” Aziz Nurudeen told Africa-foot.com.
Aziz Nurudeen last played for the Phobians in a 1-1 draw against Legon Cities FC in February last season where he picked up the muscle injury.
He is most likely to feature for Hearts of Oak regularly next season with the CAF Champions League, Super Cup and Confederation Cup winners opening their 2021/22 domestic campaign against Legon Cities FC at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, October 31.