Felix Annan has insisted Asante Kotoko did not do much in helping him rediscover his form after losing his position at the start of the season.
The Black Stars third-choice goalkeeper was axed to the bench when Maxwell Konadu was named as the head coach of the club.
Kwame Baah was handed the first-choice goalkeeping department throughout the first round of the Ghana Premier League.
According to Annan, the club should have done a lot to help him regain his confidence and fight for his position.
“The reason sometimes I get hurt is that I didn't take a day or two to establish myself," the Asante Kotoko captain told Topical Radio in Germany.
“With no help, hard work, and help from God I was able to succeed on the local scene and get call ups to the national team.
“This was the time the club should have been pushing me ahead, if I have even lost form, they should have tried to help in bringing me up. For me, I won’t talk too much.
“The respect I have for the fans and the love they’ve always shown me is enough.
“I have my time I will tell my story. If we’re doing things right, we should always do it right.
“If it gets to some time, try to protect the people who are at the top, but for here we try to bring down the people who have found their way up," he added.
The 2019/20 Ghana football season was truncated due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Meanwhile, the 2020/21 football season will kick off on October 30.