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Congolese international Raddy Ovouka happy at Hearts, aims to win the GPL title with the Phobians

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By KONTOMIRE | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 1 views

Congolese international, Raddy Ovouka is happy with his stay at Accra Hearts of Oak, and, wants to leave a legacy at the club.

The defender has just extended his current contract with the Phobians that now runs until 2024.

And, he wants to build on this and repay the trust reposed in him by the capital club for the reminder of his stay in Ghana.

"I am happy to have signed a contract extension here at Hearts of Oak, and, it is my wish to do even more for this football club going forward", Ovouka told Hearts media.

He has been a mainstay on the left side of defence for the former CAF Champions League winners this season as they chase a first top-flight title in over a decade.

Ovouka is determined to help the Phobians achieve this feat at the end of this campaign together with his colleagues at the club.

"My aim is to win the league with Hearts of Oak, and, I will keep working extra hard to make this a reality", Ovouka added.

That quest will continue this weekend when Hearts host Aduana Stars on Sunday as the 2020-21 Ghana Premier League, (GPL) resumes with the second round fixtures.

Ovouka will hope to help his side record a win on Sunday evening as they go for the three points to aid with their campaign of winning the league at the end of the season.

The player who joined Hearts of Oak some three seasons ago, was part of the Republic of Congo side in their recent AFCON 2021 qualifiers against Senegal and Guinea-Bissau.

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