Accra Hearts of Oak striker, Samuel Yeboah, has returned to full action ahead of their top Premier League clash with arch rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko on Monday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The 29-year-old Yeboah has recovered fully from the thigh injury he sustained during the Hearts- WA All Stars Premier League game at the Accra Stadium which sidelined him for three weeks.
He resumed full training last Tuesday and appeared fit to the satisfaction of the fans who watched him train at the Ajax Park at Legon.
Speaking to the Graphic Sports later, the former Hapoel Tel Aviv of Israel forward expressed delight to be back at such a crucial moment as they prepared to overpower the Porcupine Warriors.
“I am delighted to be back at this crucial moment. It’s the dream of every Hearts player to play against Kotoko and to make name for himself,” he stressed.
Yeboah thanked the fans for their support so far saying it would play a vital role in their quest to win Monday’s crucial game, urging the fans to troop to the stadium in their numbers to support them.