Head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu has said that striker, Kofi Kodzi has more up his sleeves to offer the club in subsequent matches.
The burly attacker has scored one goal in two matches with the sole strike coming in week two against West Africa Football Academy on Friday after firing blanks in the opener against Legon Cities FC.
Kodzi, who had a brief spell at Qatari club, Al Muaither SC, returned to the club to start all over again with the Phobians.
Samuel Boadu said of the striker after their 1-1 draw against WAFA.
“As at now what we expect from Kofi [Kodzi] is not yet up.
“We know that he can do much better than this but we are still working on his conditioning.
“So when he comes up, I think it will help the team as well.” Samuel Boadu said of Kofi Kodzi.The 26-year-old joined Accra Hearts of Oak from lower tier side, Royals FC after a successful trial before signing a 3-year deal with the 2000 CAF Champions League winners in 2019.
Kofi Kodzi joined Qatari club, Al Muaither for the 2020/21 league season before returning to the Phobians after the shot spell.