New signing Saddick Adams insists he will not be pressured by the expectations to score goals in every game he plays for Asante Kotoko.
The 27-year-old was a big name signing for the recovering Ghana Premier League giants in the second transfer window.
Adams has primarily been brought in to help solve what appears to be a scoring problem for the team.
And while there are early signs of improvement under new coach Steve Pollack especially in defence, the focus will once again be on the team’s conversion rate.
But Adams who arrived substantively from Berekum Chelsea remains adamant he will not be pressured into seeking to score over helping the side win matches.
“In football we all expect a striker to score and if the striker doesn’t score is a problem,” he said.
“But like the coach said, whoever scores for the team to win, the most important thing is the three points.
“I am here to help. If it happens that I score goals for us to win matches then fine. I don’t want a situation where I score goals but the team doesn’t win matches.”
Saddick Adams is expected to make his debut for Asante Kotoko when they host Great Olympics on Sunday.