Aduana Stars striker Yahaya Mohammed, has said that the safety of his colleague footballers remains a major priority than for him to win the Ghana Premier League goal king.
The experienced striker currently a goal adrift to leading goal scorer Victorien Adebayor after scoring 11 gaols in the 2019-20 season.
The two were engaged in a hot race for the one of the most coveted individual prizes in Ghana football and Mohammed says he is confident he has what it takes to usurp the Nigerien attacker who plays for Inter Allies.
But with the season suspended due to the CoronaVirus pandemic, Yahaya Mohammed has admitted that the safety of footballers and human lives in general, matter more at the moment and focus should be on that.
He told Citi Sports, “I am a human being and I will feel a bit disappointed because it’s one of my targets to win the goal king this season and all of a sudden this virus came in. But I am thinking about human life not what I will achieve”.
The former Asante Kotoko striker, was named in Black Stars coach CK Akonnor’s squad for Ghana’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations double-header qualifier clash against Sudan, matches that have been postponed by Caf following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.