Hearts of Oak head coach Henry Wellington was satisfied with Joseph Esso’s performance against Eleven Wonders, but says he can go one step better.
The new signing made his league debut for the Phobians on Sunday in the 1-1 draw and proved his assertiveness.
The former Dwarfs prolific striker played full throttle and won the penalty which was converted by Winful Cobbinah.
”[Joseph] Esso did well but it was not like the other days. I must say he will not get his day every time, but he did very well and had the penalty for us,” Wellington told the club’s official website.
”I expect him to improve because there’s more room for improvement for him.”