Highly-rated midfield enforcer Justice Blay has declared his allegiance to Asante Kotoko and has vowed not to play for Hearts of Oak.

The midfield fulcrum is currently on a season-long loan at Asante Kotoko and has taken to the club like fish in water, displaying mouthwatering performances from the middle of the field.

Blay is arguably the best player at the club and matchless in his position on the domestic scene with many expressing shock when his name was conspicuously missing in coach C. K. Akonnor’s maiden Black Stars call-up.

The Medeama owned player claims despite many attempts by the Phobians to secure his services he will not move to the capital due to his allegiance to the Porcupine Warriors.

“There were many approach for me to join Hearts of Oak during my days at Medeama but couldn’t be successful” Justice Blay told Kumasi FM.

“I remember how one supporter of them who is a police officer (Sheriff Phobia) in Takoradi who was on my neck to sign for them but gave up on me.

“I cannot play for Hearts of Oak, I am a Kotoko player now. Should Kotoko fail to meet the demands of Medeama in a permanent deal. I will add my own money to avoid a move to Hearts of Oak should they be able to meet the demand.

“I cannot be ungrateful to Asanteman and the Kotoko fans for everything they have done for me” Blay concluded.

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