Former Hearts of Oak midfielder, Anthony Annan has expressed his desire to see the club bounce after going a decade without a major trophy.
The dynamic midfielder is currently based in Finland where he features for Inter Turku in the Finnish top division league.
Speaking to Akoma FM, Anthony Annan said he wishes to see the rainbow club reclaim its glory.
“I wish to see Hearts bounce back to the good old days but that can only be achieved with hard work and good leadership.”
He added that the club together with two other clubs have shaped his career as a professional.
“There are three clubs that made me who I am today which includes Hearts of Oak and Hasaacas and Vipers”.
The 33-year-old maintained his readiness to return to the National team should he be called up by Black Stars coach Charles Akonnor.
“I am available for selection if he needs me. I am still playing active football in Finland. Ghana is my country and I cannot turn my back to my nation if my services are needed.
“I don’t know much about CK Akonnor but I know he was selected based on his competence and I believe with our support, he can surely deliver”, he is quoted by Goal.
Anthony Annan marked his debut for the Ghana Black Stars in a 1-0 loss to Brazil in 2007 under head coach Claude Le Roy.
He went on to make 51 appearances for the Black Stars scoring twice in the process.
Annan’s last showing for Ghana was in 2013 where he was an unused substitute in a 3-1 loss to Mali in the African Cup of Nations’ third-place match.