Ghanaian teen sensation Ernest Nuamah is overjoyed to play with English Premier League side West Ham United FC player Mohammed Kudus for the national team.
The youngster could not hide his excitement after playing for Ghana alongside the former FC Nordsjaelland and Dutch giant AFC Ajax Amsterdam star.
According to him, it feels really good to play for the senior national team of Ghana alongside the most talked about Ghanaian football in recent times.
The youngster and Kudus scored two goals each in Ghana’s Black Stars last two matches against the Central African Republic in the AFCON qualifier and a friendly against Liberia.
According to him, he enjoys playing alongside the midfielder as he sees Kudus as a motivation to do more after both coming through the Right to Dream Academy.
Speaking after the game, the Lyon winger was thrilled to have the opportunity to play with Mohammed Kudus and other senior members.
“It feels good,” Nuamah said when asked about playing alongside Kudus.
“They are the players we look up to, and not only him, a lot of the senior players in the squad.
“It is also a motivation for us like being on the same pitch with them is a motivation and this keeps me going.
“Once I was watching him [Kudus] on the TV and now, I’m on the pitch with him,” he added.
Ernest Nuamah made his Black Stars debut in the AFCON qualifier against Madagascar in July and now has two goals and in three games for Ghana’s senior national team.