Medeama defender Samuel Adade says he will gladly work with new coach Prince Owusu.
Owusu will star pre-season with his new side on Monday after signing a two-year deal with the club earlier this week.
The former Tema Youth trainer has promised to change the philosophy of the side and the experienced right-back who had a fabulous debut season last term has welcomed the change.
“We as players must respect the decision to appoint a coach and I’m very happy for him (Owusu),” Adade said.
“He’s a fine coach and I believe he will succeed at the club. I know of his abilities and I’m just happy to work under him.
“The ultimate aim for us is to win the League title and make our fans proud and I believe the new coach will inspire us to achieve that.
Adade joined the Mauve and Yellows from King Faisal last season and played a significant role in their debut CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
He is now a subject of intense bidding from some unnamed clubs in Europe and knocking on the doors of Ghana’s Olympic team.