Dreams FC attacker Abel Manomey has lifted the goal scoring pressure off himself by claiming he has no interest in personal glories such as winning the Golden Boot.
The former Great Olympics forward joined the Still Believe lads in the transfer window after ending his stay with the Dade Boys.
Ahead of the return of football, the goal poacher is one of the players expected to compete for the goal king race.
But Manomey has disclosed he is a team player and will contribute more to the success of the club, claiming goals are from God.
”I always believe in team unison and harmony because I don’t really go to clubs setting aspirations, such as being a goal king,” Manomey said on Citi TV’s Football Made In Ghana.
”I always believe goals are a gift from God. The harder you train, the luckier you become," he added.
The Dawu based club have also added to their ranks former Hearts of Oak forward Joseph Esso and goal machine Agyenim Boateng.