Razak, 25, has returned to the 2000 African champions after ending his stay with Guinean titans Horoya AC.
Despite losing influential forwards Kofi Kordzi and Joseph Esso, Razak insists the Phobians still have enough quality to contest for the Ghana Premier League title.
“We have [good and quality squad in the Hearts of Oak team] Those of us in this squad will give good performances this season. Our target for the season is to win the Ghana Premier League,” he told Ocean TV
“Hearts of Oak have the chance of winning the GPL with the quality we have we can compete against any team,” he added.
“I would say our capabilities of winning is high and we know the strength of teams in Ghana so I will say Hearts is capable of winning the League,” he concluded.
Hearts have acquired striker Abednego Tetteh as well as Ivorian winger Eric Dizan.