Assifuah, who joined the club in February, has made eight appearances and scored two goals for the French side.
Ghana striker, Ebenezer Assifuah, scored his second goal for Le Havre in their 4-1 win over Orleans on Friday night.
Assifuah, who joined the club in February, who was handed a starting role, made it 3-1 for his side in the 70th minute to restore their two-goal lead.
The 23-year-old scored with a superb finish as they finished the Ligue 2 on a high note having placed 8th on the league standings.
He was substituted in the 75th minute.
Assifuah will be hoping for call-up to the Ghana’s senior national team, Black Stars, ahead of next month Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Ethiopia as well as international friendly matches against the USA and Mexico.