Yahaya Mohammed, who currently works as Aduana Stars U-20 coach after acquiring a coaching badge last season has no plans to retire from football.
Despite his ageing years, he believes he can still perform at the top level with the Dormaa-based club.
The 35-year-old attacker says he is willing to play in Africa with Aduana Stars if only they are able to win the BetPawa Premier League.
“I’m still playing and at the same time coaching but this season there is a project that I want to do so the concentration is there. I am the head coach for the second team. That is why I am not active but I think you will see me if Aduana Stars wins the league and qualify for Africa next season,” he opened up in an interview with Ghanasportspage.com.
The veteran attacker added: “I haven’t retired and I can return at anytime but I can even switch a club. My wish is to play in Africa if only we are able to win the league. That’s my biggest wish.”
Yahaya Mohammed was part of the Aduana Stars team that finished eleventh in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League.
He won two Premier League titles with Asante Kotoko during his four-year stint with the Porcupine Warriors.
In total, he has five trophies over a career that has spanned more than a decade. He has also played for Amidaus, Tema Youth, OGC Nice, RTU, WA All Stars, Murciélagos and Azam FC in Tanzania.