By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghanaian defender Seth Owusu has joined South African top flight club Golden Arrows on a short-term contract.
The 23-year-old’s move will be made official when the January transfer window opens.
Owusu signed a six-month contract with Arrows who are in desperate need of help to escape relegation.
The ex Hearts of Oak player shared his delight at his return to club activity after being left in the cold for months since leaving the Phobians.
“I will officially start playing for them in the second round,” he told Metro FM.
“It is a six-month deal and will begin work on 22nd January when the second round of the league starts.
“Now I can look forward to getting my career back on track.”
Owusu played for Medeama FC before moving abroad where he joined American club Chivas.
His brief stay in the USA proved unsuccessful – leading to his return to the Ghanaian top flight where he joined Hearts of Oak.