Medeama have completed the signing of striker Abass Mohammed on a two-year deal, the club has announced.
Abass, 25, has returned to Tarkwa for a second spell after terminating his contract with Nigerian giants Enyimba FC.
The former Inter Allies striker enjoyed a successful three-year spell at the club, where he featured prominently in the CAF Confederation Cup in 2016.
His performance earned him a move to Asante Kotoko but injuries conspired against him.
He is now back to full fitness after returning to his former club for revival.
“Its a great feeling and I’m very happy to be back,” he told the club’s website.
“I look forward to working with a crop of talented players to ensure we achieve our set goals.
” I want to achieve all of the goals, win as many trophies as possible to position the club on the global map.
“This is home and I can’t wait to start repaying the confidence on the pitch.”
Medeama coach Samuel Boadu added: “Abass is a fantastic player and a top professional and we are very happy to have him here with us,”
“He understands the philosophy of this great club and will be a huge asset for us.
“I am happy he has returned to Medeama to contribute significantly to the drive, ambition and passion of the club. We look forward to an exciting time with him and others in the upcoming season. We are delighted to be able to add his versatility and quality to the squad before the season starts.”