Striker Richard Arthur admitted relief after breaking his goal duck for Inter Allies at the fourth attempt.
The 27-year-old opened his account in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League (GPL) by netting the equalizer in Sunday’s 1-1 match-day 18 draw away to Dreams FC.
Speaking to the club’s media channel, Arthur – who was brought on board as an emergency signing in the second transfer window – aired his relief at finally scoring and hopes for more.
“I feel much better and ok now,” said the former Kotoko man who has felt the pressure to bang in the goals for the relegation-threatened side.
“I always give my best to score goals and I hope this goal gives me more confidence and goals,” Arthur added.
Inter Allies would be playing at the Theatre of Dreams Park as home grounds for the remainder of the current season, a move Arthur has hailed.
He stated: “I feel the decision to come here is the best for us and as you can see there’s no pressure and the environment too is very good.”
Their first home game at Dawu will be at home to Karela United who beat them 1-0 at CAM Park in the first round.