Defender Habib Mohammed aims at attaining legendary status at Asante Kotoko SC before leaving the club.
The central defender says he wants to make history with the Porcupine Warriors by winning a continental trophy before his stints with the club comes to an end.
The last time Asante Kotoko won a continental title was in 1983, they have since come close to winning on several occasions with their last final appearance in the CAF Confederation Cup in 2004.
"I want to make history at the club," he told Kotoko Express.
"I want to become a legend here. I want to win a major continental trophy; the Champions League and or the Confederation Cup, with Kotoko."
"I want my name to be written in gold in the history of the club and the hearts of the fans before I leave here. My heart would not rest if I leave here without achieving this."
Mohammed has been a key member of the Red family since joining from rivals AshantiGold SC in 2018.
Mohammed was recently handed his maiden invitation to the Ghana national team ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifications against Sudan.
The qualifiers have been suspended until further notice due to the widespread of the novel coronavirus.