Bechem United midfielder Augustine Okrah says he wonâ€™t celebrate if he scores against Kotoko in Sundayâ€™s Premier League clash.
Okrah left Kotoko in 2012 after struggling to hold down a regular position at the club.
The impressive youngster, who has raked in 10 goals in so far in the Ghanaian top-tier, has been an added piece since joining United.
â€œIf I score in Sunday's game, I will not celebrate out of respect for my former employers,â€ he's by quoted by goal.com
â€œThe fans in Kumasi are amazing; they supported me in my career when I was playing for them after signing from Red Bull Academy seasons ago.
â€œEven when I was deemed surplus to requirement, there were some section of the fans who saw and believed in my talent and encouraged.
â€œI can't celebrate a goal in Baba Yara to be honest with you. I will always remember my old days [bad memories] with Kotoko but that doesn't mean I will be jubilating when I put the ball at the back of the net.â€
The 20-year-old Â is the joint-top scorer with Kotokoâ€™s Seidu Bancey.