Hearts of Oak striker Cosmos Dauda is hopeful of rediscovering his lost form after a difficult start to life in the ongoing Ghana Premier league.
The forward is yet to register a single goal for Hearts this season after an enterprising display last season which made him the number striker for his side.
After admitting concern over his goal drought in the ongoing 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season the striker has reveled that he is working hard to rediscover his lost form.
He said: “I’m very worried with the goal drought after enjoying a very wonderful 2015/16 season. I was looking to replicate that form but I haven’t been able to as I hoped. Right now, I’m facing a lot of challenge by not scoring a single goal after eight matches.
“Though I know the drought is another phase of football, I’m worried but I’m treating the challenge positively and [remain] mentally focused. I’ll bounce back to form.”
The former Tudu Mighty Jets attacker has failed to find the back of the net after eight games for the Accra based side but is optimistic his goalless run will pass.
Dauda was the club’s highest goal scorer last season where he recored 11 goals.