Ex-Hearts striker Ishmael Addo has signed a short-term deal with second-tier side Eleven Wonders.
The 32-year-old arrived in Techiman on Tuesday to complete formalities.
The former Ghana Premier League goal machine will feature for the Techiman-based side in the upcoming season in a bid to revive his career.
â€œThis is my first time to be here in Techiman.During my premier league days with Hearts of Oak I played against some of the B/A teams like B/A United,Bofoakwa but since they all got relegated, Its been a long while since I visited the region.
I got the chance to interact with some of the players and the team officials and it was all good.I want to come and help XI Wonders achieve premier league football,â€ Addo told Techiman-based Gaskiya FM
â€œThat is one main reason I decided to join them.Iâ€™m happy to be here.I know there are lot of talents here(Techiman).
â€œI always keep fit.When you play professional football outside(abroad), you are always checked,you cannot put on weight like that.Thats why I always train and keep fit.Iâ€™m still active.â€
The former Ghana Under-17 star enjoyed an illustrious caree with Hearts where he won six domestic titles, 2 FA Cups and one Champions League crown.
Techiman Wonders is owned by business magnate Nana Ameyaw.