Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has revealed why he joined Turkish outfit Kayserispor.
Gyan completed a two-year deal to the Turkish SuperLig side earlier this month with the option of extending for a further one year.
The 31-year-old was heavily linked with a move to fellow Turkish side Bursaspor but the deal fell through after both parties failed to reach an agreement.
The former Sunderland and Al-Ain hitman says he joined the Anatolin Star to help them become a force in the league.
“I came to help Kayserispor . We have quality players. I’m experienced now. I believe we can do good things by joining forces,” he told fanatic.tr.
“Our goal is to be a good team before the new season,” he added.
Gyan started intense training with the side last week but did not play in their Saturday’s pre-season friendly encounter against Agyemang Badu’s Udinese.