Striker Ahmed Toure says he is not happy at Asante Kotoko, dropping the clearest hint he will be willing to leave at the end of the season.
The Ivorian has struggled to get regular first team action following his return from suspension for over staying a compassionate leave.
He was valso fined a month�s wage and was relegated to train with the reserves as part of his punishement.
The 24-year-old have since struggled to regain the form that earned him last season�s Premier League MVP award and now appears ready to walk.
�I would be lying if I tell you I am happy here,� he told Kumasi-based Kessben FM.
�I wish the club will keep going forward after winning the league which has made all of us happy.
�But now I cannot promise whether I am staying or not but the truth is that I am not happy.�
Toure first joined Kotoko in 2007 but has had stints with Belgian side Lokeren and CS Sfaxien in Tunisia.
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