Goalkeeper Mutawakilu Seidu is delighted to have rediscovered his form at Enugu Rangers.
The Ghanaian joined the Nigerian top fight side this year having struggled to command a first team place at Hearts of Oak.
Mutawakilu has managed to keep four clean sheets in nine matches for Rangers who are now 13th in the 20-team league.
The former Ghana U20 star is thrilled to be back playing well at club level after his stagnant three years at Hearts.
“I am very happy to be playing regularly again as the first choice goalkeeper for Enugu Rangers,” he told FootballMadeInGhana.com.
“The coaches here have a lot of confidence in me due to my performance.
“My aim is to keep improving here game after game and so far I feel I am very much on track.”
Mutawakilu joined Hearts three-years ago as a potential first choice goalkeeper from rivals Asante Kotoko.