Hearts of Oak’s diminutive winger, Patrick Razak grabbed the headlines two weeks ago when he nailed arch rivals, Asante Kotoko as a substitute in their 2-1 President’s Cup victory in Accra.
It was his first game for the Phobians in a long while after almost being offloaded on loan to city rivals, Great Olympics.
He was equally on hand to create a penalty in week 19 against WAFA in Accra which saw former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari slot home to earn a 2-1 winner.
His acceleration, maneuvers and occasional dribbles are his great assets but head coach, Samuel Boadu says the speedster is yet to fully reach his height this season.
“Every good team must have a good bench, you can’t start all your good players because in case of eventualities you won’t have options.
“He [Patrick Razak] is doing well but we will try and make him improve more but he is doing very well.
“I like the way he comes in and does things and so with time [he will improve]. “Patrick Razak got a bit injured and he has just started serious training so we must work and get the best out of him.
“So gradually he can pick up and get to the level we want him to.” Samuel Boadu said at a post match press conference.
Hearts of Oak got their two goals from Kojo Obeng Junior and Sulley Muntari with WAFA equalizing in between from the boot of Derrick Antwi Mensah.
They are 5th on 29 points from 19 games with a week 20 trip to Dormaa against two time champions, Aduana FC.