Liberty Professionals coach George Lamptey is counting on the maturity of Kennedy Ashia to aid their First Capital Plus Premier League survival campaign.
Ashia, a member of Ghanaâ€™s U20 team which won bronze at the U20 World Cup in Turkey last year, has returned to his mother club after an unsuccessful loan spell in Norway.
The 20-year-old scored a brace in first league match to help Liberty post a 3-1 win over Hasaacas at home last Wednesday.
â€œKennedy played very well against Hasaacas and these are some of his qualities that we cherish most,â€ Lamptey told the Graphic Sports.
â€œHe has shown signs of maturity after playing at the U-20 World Cup and playing professionally in Norway with SK Brann.â€
Ashia was the club's top scorer last season with 14 goals.
Liberty Professionals are three points away from the relegation in 13thÂ place on the league table.