Former Hearts of Oak winger Patrick Razak says he has no regrets over his decision to leave the club for a move abroad.
Razak refused a contract extension with the Accra based club and signed for Horoya AC in Guinea in 2018.
The winger failed to lived up to the expectations of the Guinean claims and has seen his contract terminated just after 2 seasons.
Despite been linked with a return to the Accra based giants, Razak insisted he has no regrets leaving one of the biggest clubs in the country for greener pastures.
“In football you might never know but the only thing is that I have another opportunity to play football” He told Bryt FM in Koforidua
“I don’t regret with my decision because there are a lot of opportunities ahead of me. I would have regret if that is the end of my career but the truth is that I’m still young and can play actively”
“I think I took the right decision because the offer came at the time when football activities were at halt due Anas documentary. I put some measure in place for Hearts of Oak but they couldn’t meet it and that is why I left”
“I cannot I have regretted because things did not go on well for me there. It is just an incident that has happened so I will take the positives out of it. I will say I benefited from the deal as player” he concluded.
Razak is back home in Ghana and could joined a Premier League side in the coming weeks.