Kotoko player Dauda Mohammed wants to keep his Black Stars spot after earning a call-up by Avram Grant.
Dauda was a handed his debut Black Stars call-up on Tuesday ahead of the four-time African champions’ AFCON qualifier clash with Rwanda on Saturday at the Accra Sports Stadium. The 19 year-old earned his call-up after an injury to FC Sion forward Ebenezer Assifuah.
“It’s dream of every player to represent his national team at a point in time. I don’t want to talk much because it’s my first time. I’m going to work with Coach Avram Grant and my new colleagues but I’m really prepared to work very hard to earn regular call-ups,” Dauda told Graphic Sports.
“I’m not just here to be surplus to the team but also prove my worth as a great player. I have not scored many goals this season but I have tried my best for my club and I believe that’s how I earned this call-up and I promise not to disappoint,” he concluded.
The youngster this season has been Kotoko’s influential player as he has scored eight goals in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.