Dreams FC striker, Prince Okraku is itching for the start of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
Okraku, who played a part in the “Still Believe” boys’ last season, says he cannot wait to get going in the new topflight campaign which is being envisaged by the GFA to return mid-October.
“For the past three months, we have been at home; there is no football going on because of this [COVID-19] pandemic.
“I have been busy throughout the three months working personally very hard and following the training regime given to us by our coaches.
“So I can tell you I am 70% ready whenever we are called to camp and whenever the league starts,” Okraku told Adamu Muftawu.
The 24-year-old rejoined Dreams FC for the 2019/20 Ghana League season after a loan spell at Israeli club, Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The tough forward, before returning to rejoin Dreams FC, was loaned out to another Israeli side Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam for more playing time after failing to command a regular shirt at Maccabi.
He had quite a fruit campaign at Dreams FC before the Coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season.
The season had gone with some clubs completing the 15 first round of matches while others had a game to spare.
With restrictions on contact sports yet to be lifted by the Ghana government, clubs and players await in earnest to kickstart football.