Great Olympics coach Annor Walker wants former player Gladson Awako back at the club.
The midfielder left the Dade Boys in September for Hearts of Oak after a high-flying 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
Awako is yet to feature for the Phobians, who signed him ahead of their 2021/22 Caf Champions League campaign.
Reports in Accra say the former Olympics captain, who is yet to feature for Hearts, wants out of the club.
For Annor Walker, Awako is rather interested in making a comeback to Great Olympics.
“Awako has informed me he is not happy and does not want to play for Hearts of Oak again so I am doing everything possible to bring him back to Olympics,” he told OMY TV.
”He said he is not ready to play for Hearts of Oak again. He wishes he is with me so I am talking to the Olympics management to try and bring him back.
“Honestly I’m worried for him because he is my son and I made him who he is today.
“So it’s my wish that the management of Great Olympics will return the money [part payment of transfer fee] and let Awako return to the club.
“There are issues and bringing Awako here is the only best way to help him. Management has to consider the circumstances and allow the boy to re-join them otherwise the player will not play in the upcoming season,” Annor Walker added.
Hearts are currently focusing on their Caf Champions League second leg fixture against Wydad Athletic Club of Morocco.
The Phobians claimed a slim 1-0 victory against WAC at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday
Great Olympics, on the other hand, are shaping up for the 2021/22 Ghana football season.