Joseph Esso completed his free transfer to Dreams FC from Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak on Thursday and the former Phobian forward has indirectly responded to critics who described his move to the Dawu-based club as a retrogression.
Moving to Dreams FC from Hearts of Oak – 19 times Ghana Premier League champions and winner of the CAF Champions League in 2000 – was seen by certain people as a step back but after signing a two-year deal with the team of GFA president Kurt Okraku the player is confident he is joining one of Ghana’s finest clubs.
The brilliant forward after putting pen to paper said “words cannot describe how I feel at the moment. Honestly, it really feels great to join one of the best clubs in Ghana. I really admire how the club operates and I am excited to be part of the family.
“Dreams FC is fast becoming one of the best clubs in the Ghana Premier League, I looked at the club’s project and wanted to contribute and be part of the dream”, Esso added.