Prince Tagoe has expressed his desire to don the Hearts of Oak jersey for the last time before calling time on his career.
Tagoe joined Hearts of Oak from Tudu Mighty Jets in 2005 and became an instant hit in the club.
He emerged as the top scorer of the Ghana Premier League with 18 goals in that season.
Speaking to TV3, the goal-poacher who is without a club since he left Chittagong Abahani of Bangladesh said he is still active and open to offers with the opportunity of rejoining the Ghana Premier League giants.
“I have not retired yet, I am still active, I don’t have a Club now but I still have my usual training,” he told TV3.
“I want to play for Hearts of Oak before I retire. Hearts of Oak is my Club and am always willing to play for them anytime.”
Hearts of Oak have found it had to clinch the Ghana premier league again since last winning it in 2009 and Tagoe believes the management should poach real talents who can push the club to the next level.
“They should consider dealing with real talents instead of thinking that if a player’s manager is financially okay, they should help push him,” he said.
“The scouting team needs to really up their game because a good player will come but because they came with no manager even if he is good, they will end up picking someone else and leave him.”
“Talent is being overlooked, just look at Charles Taylor’s story. We have to go back to the days of recruiting even at the colts’ level and pick real talents.”
Prince Tagoe in 2010 got the opportunity to represent Ghana at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa where he featured in games against Serbia, Australia and Germany at the Group stages.
The former Ghana Premier League top scorer has enjoyed some time with the likes of 1899 Hoffenheim, Bursaspor and Partizan.