Hearts of Oak’s entertaining midfielder Samudeen Ibrahim admits he is amazed by the kind of start he has had since he joined the Phobians.
The former King Solomon attacking midfielder has earned rave review since joining Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi’s side and was again the man of the match when Hearts beat News Edubiase by a solitary in Accra on Sunday evening.
Samuel Yeboah might have scored the all important goal but Samudeen was a delight to watch with incisive passing technique and supreme control of the ball.
Having ended the game with fans chanting his name Samudeen admits he is enjoying his football and wants to take things one at a time.
‘’First the most important thing is that we were able to take all three points at home which was vital,” Samudeen said
“We all played very well and we ensured that we kept our shape which was good.”
“On a personal note I am excited with how life has started for me but there is still a lot to be done.”