Ashantigold new signing Yaw Annor has promised to give his best to the club after choosing the Miners over rivals Asante Kotoko.
The former Bechem United star signed a three-year deal with the club on Tuesday at the office of the club President Dr. Kweku Frimpong in Kumasi.
"Dr. Kwaku Frimpong asked if I can play Ashantigold and I said yes," Yaw Annor told Sikka Sports. "Dr. Kwaku Frimpong (Champion) is a show man and I promise he will never regret signing me," he added.
Annor was reported to be on the verge of joining the Porcupine Warriors, but after interest showed by the Miners, he opted for join Ashantigold.
The silky midfielder disclosed he nearly joined Kotoko before their CAF Champions League elimination at San Pedro.
"I nearly signed for Asante Kotoko but pressure started mounting on the club after losing to San Pedro in Cote d'Ivore," says Annor.
Annor rejoined Bechem from Spanish second-tier side CF Fuenlabrada after a two-year spell in 2019.
The 22-year-old moved to Spain in 2017 after an outstanding performance in the 2015/2016 campaign.
He was named Ghana FA Cup player of the year in 2016 after helping Bechem lift the coveted trophy for the very time in the club's history.
Annor is expected to play an essential role for the Miners in the Ghana Premier League and CAF Confederation Cup next season.
The former Ghana U17 player has been in the books of the Porcupine Warriors for sometime now but has ended up in Obuasi where he will plying his trade for the next three years.