Hearts of Oak board member Frank Nelson has said that the club is only interested in working with players who are committed amid reports of an impending mass exodus.
According to local media reports, about eight players are on their way out of the club. The report also suggested that contract renewal talks with some players are underway, but it has been denied by Frank Nelson.
“There has been no information on the contract expiration and renewal of the certain players", the board member told Sikka FM.
He continued, “If a player decides not to play for hearts, it won't be a big deal. No player will be forced to play for hearts. There is freedom of movement. We can only engage them in contract talks.
“We are appealing to our supporters to have trust in the board. The project is progressing very well”.
Hearts of Oak are looking to strengthen their squad so they can challenge for the title next season. They were inconsistent in the recently cancelled season.
The Phobians haven't won a major trophy since they last won the league title in 2009.