Ivorian import Eric Dizan says he wants to contribute to the success of Ghanaian powerhouse Accra side Hearts of Oak and that he will do all within his means to leave a good imprint at the club.
The winger was signed during the last transfer window and, he immediately wants to make an impact with the Phobians for the faith shown in him.
The 26-year-old has joined the Phobians on a three-year deal and is looking forward to returning to training when the all-clear is given for football to return following the outbreak of the coronavirus.
“Accra Hearts of Oak is one of the biggest clubs in Africa and it feels proud to be part of this family” Dizan told Hearts Media, adding that he is here to succeed.
“I want to repay the faith shown in me since the first day I arrived at training and together with my teammates, I believe we have a squad that can win laurels”, he said.
Dizan featured for three clubs in Cote d’Ivoire RC Bettie, Ivoire Academie Abidjan and Stade Abidjan before his arrival in Ghana and, he aims to be a handful for many sides when football returns.
Coach Edward Odoom speaks highly of him as he said in a recent interview and, his new teammates also speak highly of him with some describing him as the most skillful player in the team.