The front-man discusses his return to activity after time out on the sidelines
Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris is thrilled to be settling in at brand-new club Strasbourg adhering to a January step from Portuguese titans Porto.
The 28- year-old registered his 2nd objective for Le Racing on Sunday as they handed Stade de Reims a 3-0 away loss at Stade de la Meinau.
His current financing step finished a discouraging time at Porto where he was iced up out by instructor Sergio Conceicao.
“I am happy that I got my first goal at home. The atmosphere was good and I want to score a lot of goals for this club but I do not want to only score. I want to win matches here too,” Waris claimed, as reported by Citisportsonline.
“We have a great group right here as well as we can climb up also greater on the table. I think we will certainly function tougher as well as win a great deal much more video games.
“For me, it is not just regarding the objectives. I care much more regarding the group’s triumphes yet after that racking up is essential.
“Before I came right here, there were a variety of groups that took a look at me yet declined to authorize me since they really felt that I had actually not played football for 6 months.
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“But I strive regularly. Not having fun was never ever a reason for me not to train as well as since I am right here, every person can see that, it coincides Waris they have actually constantly understood.”
Waris will certainly be wishing to encourage brand-new Ghana instructor CK Akonnor for a return to nationwide responsibility after being snubbed for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
The Black Stars return to activity in March when they tackle Sudan in a 2021 Afcon certifying double-header.