Heart of Oak’s Ivorian center back Robin Gnagne is optimistic his compatriot Alexandre Kouami Kouassi will succeed at the club.
Gnagne believes that Kouami Kouassi has all the qualities to succeed at Hearts with the performance he has displayed so far.
The Ivorian striker, Alexandre Kouassi, was the toast of Hearts fans in their game against Wa All Stars after a sterling performance from him.
He scored scored his first ever goal and assisted Thomas Abbey in finding the winner over Wa All Stars last Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium and defender Robin Gnagne has backed his countryman to succeed at Hearts.
“I am very happy to have my country man join the club, Alex is a fantastic player and he is always working for the team has great qualities and I know and hope he is going to help the team to be at the top.”
Having been with Hearts for the past five years, Robin revealed that he has explained what the club means to his countryman and believes the striker will do well for the team.
“We always communicate and I have been telling him a lot about the club. I have been advising him because Hearts of Oak is not a small club – it is one of the biggest in the country. he told the club’s website.
He understands and knows what is expected of him at this club and he is trying to do well for himself and the club as well.
Meanwhile Robin has revealed that he hopes to return to the side as soon as possible the Hearts captain has not played since he wobbled off injured in the first game but hopes to come back soon.
“I have an injury for now, but I am taking my time to heal so that when I am back, I hope to come back fully and at 100% fit. he added.