Patrick Razak is said to have rejected offers from Clubs in order to re-sign for Hearts of Oak.
The attacker has been training with the Phobains since his return from Guinea where he struggled to excel.
Razak joined Guinean Champions Horoya from Hearts of Oak in 2018 but could not make a mark at the former which saw his contract being terminated.
He is now back in the country in a bid to relaunch himself.
Despite several Clubs showing interest, the 25-year-old is said to be keen on staging a return to Hearts of Oak who are currently undecided about re-signing the player.
Reports say some officials of Kotoko had contacted the former FC Utrecht player who refused to give his consent on joining the Reds.
Ashanti Gold, Medeama SC and Legon Cities had also approached the player in an attempt to secure his services, an effort which was rejected by the winger as he looks forward to sign for Hearts of Oak before the season starts.
Hearts of Oak Coach Edward Odoom is said to be impressed with the player’s output at training and have informed the Management of the Club about the player’s state by requesting for him to be signed before the season begins.