Leeds United loanee Caleb Ekuban has spoken to Trabonspor’s official social media account and confirmed he’s happy that he took the decision to join the club last summer.

The 24 year old has impressed for the Super Lig side and it’s looking likely at this stage they will purchase him outright form Leeds United in the summer. Trabzonspor reportedly have a right of redemption of €1m on the forward.

Fanatik have picked up these comments made by the Leeds United owned player with regards to joining the Trabzon club: “I would like to thank all of the board members who convinced me to come here. Before that, I’ve already known what a big club Trabzonspor is.

“When I came, I realised I made the correct decision. This is a huge club with a lot of history, and I am very happy to become a part of that.”

Earlier this week we covered comments made by Ekuban, in which he explained he’ll consider his future at the end of the season after previously saying he would like to remain with the Turkish club.

The Ghanaian striker has played 28 games for Trabzonspor and scored 7 goals. His performances for the club have earned him his first call up for his country.

Ekuban’s spell is in total contrast to his debut season at Elland Road, scoring just one goal for the Championship side.