Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Seidu Bancey is ruing his inability to hit the back of the net in recent weeks.
He hinted that the current situation was giving him sleepless nights, but pointed out he would lift his game up subsequently with a couple of games to hit the end of the season.
Bancey, one of the revelations in the last Championship for African Nations (CHAN), failed to register his name on the score sheet in Kotoko’s last eight league games.
The former Ebusua Dwarfs striker’s current blunt form had allowed Augustine Okrah of Bechem United to be in the driving seat with 14 goals, two clear goals ahead of the Porcupine Warrior’s player.
The striker expressed worry over his inability to be on target, but gave the assurance that he would bounce back with four games remaining, beginning with today’s midweek game against Wa All Stars in Tamale.
The worried striker told the club’s website that ‘I am not happy that I am not scoring. I am unable to sleep because my duty is to perform, my duty is to score.
‘The goals are not coming but that is not the end. The competition is far from over. Anything can happen in the remaining matches. I will be scoring to claim the goal king title.
‘The situation is not the same as we started. Things are getting tougher. I have to do more. I have to buck up. I have to score. It is not late.
‘In one, two or three matches, a player can score as many as possible so I am eager to score. I will get over this,’ he added.
By Kofi Owusu Aduonum
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