The experienced tactician, CK Akonnor says the return of the ex-Black Stars players has a great impact in the local league.
Sulley Muntari joined Hearts of Oak on a short term early this year after staying three years without a club.
Elsewhere, Inkoom also followed the steps of his ex-national teammate to sign a year contract after leaving Georgian club Torpedo Kutaisi in January.
Muntari, the midfielder is so often one of the engines of the Hearts team.
Their return has already created a legacy in the league, helping the Rainbows to win the President’s Cup and the MTN FA.
Coach CK Akonnor is full of praises and has encouraged others who are willing to relaunch their careers to follow the steps of Inkoom and Muntari.
“I can’t tell if they should be called for the World Cup but what Sulley and Inkoom have done to the Ghana Premier League, they need to be praised because in our days we were always expected to come back and play.
“I think what they have done is a good thing. We need to encourage all professional players who are doing well and willing to come back and play,’ CK told Ghanasportspage.com.
“Their presence in the league will help. In Hearts of Oak the young players will look up to Inkoom and Sulley, and of course do the right thing . Their return has a very big impact. The stadium(s) are always full because they want to see them. It is a good thing that we need to encourage those who are struggling or want to relaunch their careers to come back home.
“Is a very good thing. We need to encourage others,” he concluded.
Mutari was part of the historic Inter Milan team that won the treble in 2010 whiles Inkoom also won the Swiss Super League and the Swiss Cup in 2010 with FC Basel.
They are set to play in the CAF Confederations Cup after beating Bechem United to win the MTN FA Cup.