By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghanaian forward David Accam believes staying with Helsingborg amidst several concrete offers last term was best for his career.
The 23-year-old was most productive in 2013 – scoring 10 out of 27 appearances in the Swedish top flight.
Accam’s improved form alerted several clubs in Europe of his immense potential with some of the clubs tabling official bids for his services.
But Helsingborg fended off all these interests to keep the Ghanaian despite their stuttering form in the Allsvenskan.
The yet-to-be-capped forward on reflecting on the past seasons says it was the best decision to stay in Sweden despite the several tempting offers that came his way.
He however hinted he could be leaving Helsingborg after at least another season as he continues to mould himself into becoming a top player in Europe.
“There were concrete offers from some teams but my team were not willing to release me last season and I thought it was the best decision,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I was in the middle of the season and I was doing well and I didn’t think it was the right time for me to move on.
“I think collectively – not only me alone – the whole team, we did the best thing for me to stay so hopefully I will try to move on maybe at the end of next season.”
Accam joined Helsingborg in 2012 having excelled at lower tier side Ostersund within a brief stint.
He earned his first call up to the Black Stars in 2013 but is yet to play for the side.