Striker Bernard Arthur has expressed his frustration for constantly warming the bench at Hearts of Oak.
The former Liberty Professionals man is been deemed excess to weight having failed to break into the starting team since joining the Club.
Arthur, 24, moved to Hearts of Oak on a free transfer before the start of the season.
The striker was signed by former Coach Kim Grant.
Grant’s departure from the Club has however created a massive nightmare for the attacker at the Club failing to get the attention of interim trainer Edward Odoom.
The former Azam FC forward is unhappy with his constant bench role at the Club.
“It isn’t Hearts of Oak that want to transfer me,I handed in the request”, he told Kumasi FM.
“I feel I need to leave Hearts of Oak and have enough playing time elsewhere because I can’t be playing 10-15 minutes,I think it’s a disrespect”.
“I’m a whole brand of myself who people look up to in the coastal areas and Dansoman.
“I’m a player who likes challenges,I came to Hearts of Oak because of Kim Grant. Everything backslided when he left and it turned into frustrations”.
“It’s 80% done that I’m going to Olympics.I will help them escape relegation, it is something I have done before and I’m confident in achieving that goal”.
Great Olympics find themselves four places above the drop 18points from 15 matches.