WAFA 16-year-old full back believes his side will beat Aduana and challenge for the Ghana Premier League title with four games to go.
Aduana Stars are currently a point above West Africa Football Academy and are yet to lose a home game in the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League season.
Adams admits that the game at Dormaa will be tough but his side will build on team spirit to take them through.
“Aduana is a tough game though. We play as a team and we are ready to work as a team.”
The full back did give his side’s target to take the maximum three points at stake after the game in Dormaa
“I am expecting a tough game but we are hoping to come back to Sogakope with a win.”
West Afrcia Football Academy have failed to win four out of their last five games and chances of picking up the Premier League title at the end of the season look slim.
Inusah Adams responded to that by saying his team will fight to the end
“We will continue to fight till the end. We have four games more so we will take it step by step.”
"Hopefully we will see what happens".
WAFA will play Wa All Stars, Dwarfs and Medeama SC after the top of the table clash