Kotoko iconic midfielder Stephen Oduro insists he has no plans of retiring from the game.
The veteran midfielder has shown no signs of easing up after becoming a key member of the side ahead of the start of the new season.
Oduro has enjoyed an incredible ten-year spell at the club to emerge as the fans favourite but there are growing reports he could call time on a rather fine Kotoko career.
But the former Real Tamale United and Ghana youth international insists he has lots of footballing years in him.
“To be honest, I don’t know when I will retire from football, I’m enjoying it as the days goes by, it’s been a wonderful 10 years for me and I’m really appreciative of what this team has done for me since day one,” he said.
“I have been asked this question before and my answer is still the same, I sometimes get tired with the speed and the aggressiveness but that is the nature of the game.
“I’m ready to make sure I win more laurels for Kotoko and see what the future holds for me, but now I’m not thinking about retirement.”
The pocket size midfielder is reveled in Kumasi after an illustrious career which has seen him win many titles with the Porcupine Warriors.
source : ghanasoccernet.com