Cosmos Dauda admits he is troubled by his poor form in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
The Hearts of Oak attacker, who after eight matches last season had scored four goals, is yet to get on the score sheet this term.
Dauda has been reduced to cameo appearances but has failed to impress in those.
His performance has been a great worry to fans but the former Mighty Jets star is confident of getting back to his best as soon as possible to aid Hearts win the league.
”I am very worried with the goal drought after enjoying a very wonderful 2015/16 season. I was looking to replicate that form but hasn’t been as hoped for,” he told Class FM.
“Right now I’m facing a lot of challenge by not scoring a single goal after 8 matches.
“Though I know the drought is another phase of football I am worried but am treating the challenge positively and mentally focused as I have been I will bounce back to form.”
Hearts of Oak will travel to Berekum Chelsea for their next league game in a fortnight.
The Nigerian bagged 11 goals in his debut season with the Phobians.