Hearts of Oak's 'prodigal son' Gladson Awako has promised to give his best and win back the trust of coach Samuel Boadu.
The midfielder has not played for the club since signing from Great Olympics, with reports suggesting he wanted to quit the club.
But the petite midfielder has denied such claims and says he is ready to play for the club.
"Yes he is human and you can just give in like that. Of course there is pain," he told 3 Sports. "Definitely, he is not happy with me but we talk and with time it is going to be fine," he added.
"Everything will defend on me, to give him what he expects from me."
Earlier, Awako also rejected claims he refused to train over spiritual attacks, claiming he was suffering from running stomach.
"When I joined the team, before God and man I wasn't feeling well," Awako said.
"My teammates, the team manager, they were all aware, the coaches were all aware because I was having a serious running stomach.
"I asked for permission from the club which they granted me to go and cure myself. I don't believe there were any other things like what people were saying. They were totally different," he added.
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