Gladson Awako has returned to training at Hearts of Oak, ending his long unsanctioned break.
On Tuesday, the midfielder was seen training with the Ghanaian champions youth team, Auroras.
Awako stopped training in September because of reports that he was dissatisfied with the club weeks after signing a two-year contract.
Reports of spiritual attack on Awako also appeared, but the midfielder dismissed this claim.
At the same time, his old club Great Olympics and Hearts of Oak had a disagreement on the issue of transfer fees.
The Olympics stated that Phobians had not yet completed the payment and ordered Awako to return to the club last month.
Awako has yet to make his debut for the Hearts, and his absence coincides with the club’s poor start to the league.
Heart of Oak have not won a single game in four games, and are 9 points behind the first place occupied by arch-rival Asante Kotoko.