Striker Bright Lukman has expressed worry over his lack of game time at Hearts of Oak, but has vowed to break into the club’s starting xi.
The former Ebusua Dwarfs marksman is yet to start in a competitive game for the Phobians since his move to the Ghanaian capital, making only three substitute appearances.
However, the 23-year old remains hopeful he can break into the Hearts first team with hard work.
“Is a little bit worrying when you are not getting game time, but as a player you just need to work hard,” Lukman said, adding that, “I will do my best and work very hard so I break into the starting team, there are very good players in the team and so all you need to do is to keep working hard.”
Bright Lukman joined Hearts of Oak at the start of the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League campaign following a series of impressive displays for Dwarfs last season.