Former Black Star shot-stopper Stephen Adams has sealed his move to Nigerian Premier League side Wikki Tourists FC on a free transfer.
The ex Aduana Stars goalie penned a one-year contract with his new club. In an interview on Happy Sports, Adams confirmed his move.
‘I have signed a one season deal with Wikki Tourists. I signed a year contract even though they wanted me for three years,” .
”The contract is better than that of Ghana. When I left Zambia to Ghana I decided to go out and play and that is why I considered Nigeria despite interest from other Ghanaian clubs.”
The 30-year-old is looking to emulate his fellow countrymen goalkeepers who have excelled in the Nigerian top-flight.
”When you compare Nigeria its far better and also the Ghanaian goalkeepers in Nigeria are doing very well so I also considered that. The likes of Fatau Daudu, Nana Bonsu have all performed well in the league,” he added.
”I want to make a name for myself in Nigeria. It’s my dream to make a return to the Black Stars.” He concluded.
Adams made twenty-five appearances in the Ghana premier league for Aduana Stars keeping thirteen clean sheets in the process.