Posted On Saturday, 13th April 2013
Hearts striker Mahatma Otoo says he is not keen on winning this season’s Ghana Premier League top scorer prize.
The Ghana international is second on the scorers chart with nine goals after 20 rounds of matches- one behind top scorer Yahaya Mohammed.
Otoo’s rich vein of scoring form has seen him also score in the MTN Ghana FA Cup.
But the former Ghana U20 captain does not want to get carried away by his purple patch of form.
“Not exactly, but if at the end of the season I manage to score enough to win it, I will give God all the glory,” Otoo told the Hearts News in an interview.
“Personally, I’m thinking of helping of helping my team move from the 13th position on the league table to say second or third or even the first position.
“It is achievable if we put our house in order. The objective of the entire is more paramount than personal glory.
“I won’t be a happy if Hearts is relegated and yet I win the goal king. I would rather prefer Hearts winning the league and me not winning anything.”