Hearts of Oak striker Kwame Kizito says he is ready to commit his future to the club ahead of the forthcoming season.
The lanky forward has been in the spotlight in the close season after rejecting a contract renewal from the Phobians.
Reports went rife in the media that the 21-year-old forward has secured a deal to join Swedish top flight side Hacken BK but Hearts of Oak are reluctant to sanction the deal and refused the $25,000 development fee offered by the Swedish club.
However, after weeks of tug of war between the two parties, Kizito has reiterated his desire don the Phobians colours again in the upcoming campaign should he fail to land his dream move.
"Everything is okay with me and them [Hearts of Oak]," Kizito told GHANAsoccernet.com.
"I'm only praying that things go well for me but I'm still a player of Hearts so any decision they feel will be better for me, I will gladly accept it."
"If the move fails I have no option than to join my team-mates and prepare for next season."
Kizito scored seven goals to help the Phobians finish 3rd last term.