Liberty Professional midfielder, Latif Blessing has disclosed that he is not in a rush to quit his outfit.
The skilful midfielder was awarded the best player in the 2015/16 season after banging in 18 goals. It has been reported that both local and continental clubs are in race to capture the signature of the skilful midfielder but Latif has admitted that even though there are offers for him but he is not a rush to quit the Dansoman based club.
“It feels good to be the best player at the end of the season because I went through a lot of challenges but I never believed I could win the best player and the goal king race.” Latif told Patrick Osei Agyemang on Adom TV’s Fire for Fire when quizzed about how he feels winning the goal king and the best player award.
“I had problems with the media but it never discouraged me. I faced a tough competition from Yaya Mohammed and Dauda Mohammed because they are very good players but I thank God I won the race at the end of the season.”
Asked if he ready to quit Liberty Professionals, he said, “I have been receiving offers but I respect the contract I have with Liberty Professionals but if it happens that I will leave the club it will be in the hands of Liberty Professionals.
The season ended without a headline sponsor. Asked if the league was competitive, the energetic goal poacher said, “Comparing the previous season to the just ended season, there was no sponsors for the just ended league but it was very competitive. We played against Berekum Chelsea and it was delight to watch because the supporters were at the stadium in their numbers to support the team and so in a nut shell the league was competitive.”
Latif Blessing also revealed that the toughest defender he played against was Hearts of Oak captain Ruben Gnagne.
Liberty Professionals finished the season at the 13th position with 38 points.