Nuru Sulley says he is happy to rejoin the Hearts of Oak and his aim for the next few years is to help the club return to its glory days.
Nuru Sulley who has rejoined Hearts of Oak after leaving in 2014 after a three-year stay has insisted that he wants to repay the club for giving him the platform to take his career to the next level.
The center-back started his professional career at Great Olympics but it was with the Phobians where he came to the limelight before subsequently earning a move to join Libyan giants Al-Nasr Benghazi.
Nuru Sulley, later on, got the opportunity to play for several clubs abroad including Tala’ea El Gaish, Al-Ittihad, Alanyaspor, Al-Mina’a, and Naft Al-Junoob.
Having recently returned to Ghana, the defender has been signed by Hearts of Oak to give their squad a boost as they wait for the resumption of the Ghana Premier League.
Speaking in a recent interview, Nuru Sulley says he could have joined a different club but chose the Rainbow family because he wants to repay the club with the experience he has gathered in the last 6 years.
“Many clubs held talks with me but I chose Accra Hearts of Oak simply because they have helped me in diverse ways.”
“Hearts of Oak once gave me the platform, so the time is due for me to also help them achieve their aims with the little experience I have.”
He added that he is capable of making his into Edward Nii Odoom’s first XI when the league resumes.
“I know I can break into the defence of the team. Even when I was an unknown personality, I managed to break into the squad despite the quality defenders at the disposal of the team then, the same applies to my days at the Black Stars B team,” he told Fox FM
Sulley’s addition is expected to aid the club build a solid defence as they aim to clinch their first title since 2009 when the Ghana Premier League resume.
Besides Nuru Sulley, Hearts has also signed the likes of Eric Dizan, Mamane Lawali, Danjuma Kuti, and Abednego Tetteh.