Black Stars goalkeeper, Felix Annan has divulged his dream of winning the ultimate trophy in CAF interclub competitions with Asante Kotoko before exiting the club.

The Porcupine Warriors are two-time winners of the CAF Champions League, last winning the competition in 1983, and have since tried in vain to add to their laurels.

Since losing to Zamalek in the finals of the 1993 CAF Champions League Kotoko have failed to muster any final berth in the elite division – last qualifying for the group stages in 2006.

The twelve-member board of directors are devising a plan to reposition the club as one of the continent’s elite sides.

Felix Annan, who was appointed the skipper of the Porcupine Warriors after the exit of long-serving captain Amos Frimpong, wants to break the continental trophy jinx under his tenure.

“That has always been my wish, my wish has always been that every season I help the team to win trophies for this great club especially the Champions league so as far as I’m here, as far as each and everyday I’m working for this club,” he told Kumasi FM.

“I’m going to try and help the team when I’m asked upon, so that we can also win something the fans will remember us for” he said.

“Definitely, me for sure I also want to leave a legacy and one day I will be remembered, after all I did my best and I gave my best to the club”, he ended.

Annan lost his position as the undisputed number one for Kotoko earlier in the annulled season and has since been feeding on Cup games.

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