By Patrick Akoto
Striker Eric Bekoe is looking forward to prove his worth in the upcoming Ghana Premier League season.
The 25-year-old completed a two-year deal to Berekum Chelsea as a free agent on Tuesday after days of intense speculations surrounding his future.
The former Perojet man saw his hugely publicized move to Ghanaian champions Kotoko crushing at the eleventh hour over contractual disagreements.
The former Heart of Lions and Liberty Professionals man has vowed to repay the faith shown in him by the Berekum-based side in given him a lifeline.
“I am motivated to play for Berekum Chelsea because I want to prove my critics wrong,” Bekoe said
“I believe I will survive. Because I played at a difficult place like Egypt and survived and so don’t see why I can’t survive in my own country.
“Coming back home is refreshing for me. I have played here before and made the mark.
“I will return to my best and make the fans happy. I will make them happy and let them enjoy football.”
The 2007 Ghana Premier League goal king will be expected to form a strong attacking partnership with diminutive Latif Salifu.