Kotoko midfielder Rahim Ayew insists heâ€™s not under pressure to excel at the club.
The 25-year-old joined the Porcupine Warriors on a one-year deal during the second transfer window.
The first son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele has been heavily involved in their recent friendly matches as coach Mas -Ud Dramani put the paces together ahead of the CAF Champions League and the resumption of the Ghanaian top-tier.
The former Lierse SK player says he is not cracking under expectation and enjoying his time at the club.
He told Radio XYZ: â€œIf a Coach does not have a plan, first of all he wouldnâ€™t have brought me in here,â€
â€œThe Coach knows why he brought me and he knows my work rate as well and that makes me feel ok.
â€œI know that breaking into the team will not be easy but each day and each time I have to work hard at training.
â€œI am also on a special training regime just to get to my best.
â€œEverything is working out perfectly for now and I am sure that as soon as I break into the team all will be well.
"I am not under pressure. I donâ€™t feel special in this team, I have been received cordially by my new team mates and things are going well.â€
â€œYou shouldnâ€™t also forget that once the season returns we will play in the League, the FA Cup and the CAF Champions League and definitely I will get a lot of playing time.â€