Sunderland’s international development scout Gordon Chisholm insists he is here purposely to handle issues related to Asante Kotoko.
The ex Dundee United coach has been touring facilities of the Ghanaian champions for the past week.
Contrary to reports Chisholm will also be keeping on eye on talents scattered across other clubs during his stay in Ghana, the Scot remains adamant his focus is on Kotoko and no other club.
“I came purposely for Kotoko, obviously I am an international development scout and I will be looking any way but I am here for Kotoko,” he told Kumasi-based Angel FM.
“I am here to look at their (Kotoko) training facilities, the structure of the club and if there is anything I can do on the football side to help I think we can help each other.
“Other directors which will do with finance and sponsorship which there will be another conversation but I am concentrating on the infrastructure, on the youth policy and just to observe and see.
“I will then have to go back to my Chief Executive and give a full report.”
Chisholm’s visit forms part of an exchange program between Kotoko and Sunderland enshrined in the partnership agreement signed last year between the clubs.